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  • Classical Conditioning In Brave New World, By Aldous Huxley

    feeling they take soma to release their toxicity. Soma, in Brave New World symbolizes drugs we use today—prescription pills, marijuana, cocaine, codeine, alcohol etc.. or what would’ve been popular in the 1930s— morphine, heroin, cocaine, alcohol, and tobacco. On the other hand soma symbolizes, control. The State controls their people in numerous ways, but soma a respectable choice the citizens can chose is almost like conformity, a form of psychology. Conformity relates to soma in a simple way,…

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  • John Individual Identity

    The Strength of an Individual Identity John, the Savage, was raised on the Reservation where he acquired his own individuality due to his differing skin tone from the rest of the community. When removed from his first home and put into the place his mother considered him from, John’s identity was put to the test by the conformative government in the World State. John was first exiled from his homeland based on his skin tone and then in exile in his proper society according to his mother because…

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  • Similarities In Brave New World

    comparison of the world of today and the world in the novel have similarities. The drug Soma was mentioned in the novel multiple times as the escape from regular reality. Today drugs are prescribed at a rate higher than normal and may not be needed. For example, if a family…

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  • Mustapha Mond Utopian World Analysis

    and knows that they couldn’t perform other roles. No matter what, there are opportunities for all classes to enjoy leisure time, and everyone receives soma, which has the ability to take all the people’s cares away. When in a soma state, class doesn’t matter- they are on a vacation by themselves in a place where they can do whatever they want. The soma also makes the people unaware that they aren’t living in what we would consider a perfect world, as the people don’t know any better. Their…

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  • Human Cloning In Brave New World

    World because everyone’s lives were created in a test tube just like the process of human cloning where cells are combined scientifically and the embryo is formed outside the human body.” (Zucker, et al) “In addition to this, in The Brave New World Soma was used as a form of happiness, false happiness. It drew the society away from any form of true love and relationships just as Human Cloning is used to make people fit a certain image.” This is so absurd and unethical. People shouldn’t be able…

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  • Sexualization Of Women In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    novel. Even though the majority of Brave New World is unprincipled, some aspects have been represented in our world. In the book, Brave New World, the characters’ dependency on the drugs is evident throughout the story, and reflects onto our society. Soma, the drug of their society, is taken to enhance or initiate the feeling of happiness.…

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  • Conformity And Individuality In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    with this issue, society encourages the use of the drug soma to significantly disguise these negative effects. Fundamentally, the soma acts as a form of control to eliminate the possibility of troublesome or radical outcomes. For example, when John attempts to petition against soma rations to the Deltas, they rebel seeing their soma deprivation as appalling. However, the police are able to control the crowd by gassing the room (210). The soma has made them unaware of their own individual…

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  • Corruption In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    novel by relating it to the theme and characters of Brave New World. Today we think of drugs as a dark substance and that's the view Aldous Huxley wanted for us in his dark version of the future. In his novel Brave New World citizens used a drug called soma to send…

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  • Brave New World Perfect Society Essay

    In both mediums, the society in which the main character lives is controlled by technology. In Brave New World, the community is controlled by soma, an ideal pleasure drug. An example of this is when John the Savage is crying by his dead mother Linda’s bedside, the Bokanovsky group was staring at him with wide eyes (Huxley, 211). A young alpha yelled soma distribution and the whole group totally forgot about John the Savage (Huxley, 215). The…

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  • Theme Of Love In Brave New World

    Imagine being stuck in a society that suppresses all feelings of love and replaces them with lust. In Brave New World, any time a person begins to feel outside of the framework of society, they are conditioned to take a drug called Soma. Huxley portrays love as a deep, affectionate, long-term connection between two people, while lust is a sexual desire that comes from temporary and momentary feelings. Lenina expresses feelings of lust towards Bernard and John, but John and Bernard are capable of…

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