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  • Examples Of Social Media In Brave New World

    we read Brave New World, there is a type of substance that does the exact same thing. In the novel Brave New World, the substance that brings people into another world is soma. The government of the World State, supply the drug for…

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  • Substance Abuse In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    Most of the time, people in the society does not really care themselves and doing things without thinking the things that will came up after. In novel, there are many situation that people decide to use soma to make them being happiness than make it by themselves. Soma only gives happiness at first glance, but it is one of the most devastating society development distractions. Currently, most of people choose to run away from a problem, they use to do everything that can escape from a problem…

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  • Identity In Brave New World

    pushes the drug Soma as a replacement of religion and brainwashing tool inhibiting people’s ability to think freely and lack individuality, as a way to maintain supremacy and power over the people. To begin, Huxley emphasizes that individual identity is linked with religion, and that the pushed replacement of…

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  • Gautama Case Study

    Page 455 There was a rumor about a plot to derail the soma yajna of Gautama. There was also apprehension that the offering in the yajna may not please Indra. Page 456 Gautama courted a great deal of pain for the success of this yajna. I also prayed Indra to fulfil Gautama's wishes. What about my wishes? I even didn't know what they were. I didn't worry about it, but for Gautama. I thought that our conjugal life would be wonderful if the soma yajna was successful. I would become normal and…

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  • Loss Of Humanity And Individuality In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    main character Bernard Marx deals with a continuous conflict throughout the whole story; how to fit in with his fellow class of alphas however he refuses to take part in the conditioning used to feel/become a true alpha and to lose his individuality. Soma is a drug commonly used to zone out the citizens, it also symbolizes an escape from reality and a way for the citizens to keep themselves…

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  • World State Government

    inconvenience. Lenina consumes Soma so “she could now sit, serenely not listening ,thinking of nothing at all” (Huxley 101). Soma completely numbed her mind and body from her surroundings. The effect of Soma distracting someone completely from the situation at hand is a way the World State continues to keep everyone in a calm, stable state. The government relies on this form of stability so much that they promote and insist on taking Soma for every day use. The way World State views Soma is…

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  • Gramme In Brave New World Persuasive Essay

    intelligent society the only way to obtain a government which would keep the people’s best interest a priority. In Brave New World it was clear the government had utter control of its people, which the government gained by supplying the population with Soma. Soma was a fictional recreational drug which caused euphoria, relaxation, and “an escape from… reality” (Hickman, 2009, p. 145) all while making its users absolutely dependant of it. Huxley was by no means against the use of recreational…

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  • Caste Systems In Brave New World

    Huxley failed to portray the future of life in the North America in 2016; no one is taking soma and, babies are born naturally with a mother and we do not have a rigid caste system. Firstly, all citizens in Brave New World are conditioned to take soma. Soma prevents people to feel their emotions like when Bernard was told he will be relocated to Iceland by Helmholtz. Bernard swallowed four tablets of soma after being convinced by Lenina. Bernard was a loss for words as he did not know how to…

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  • Brave New World Symbolism Analysis

    outside of their field is shunned. Birthing tubes and hardcore drugs, the New World is a demonstration of what happens when one seeks a utopia. Soma, assembly line people, cognitive conditioning, and William Shakespeare are just a few of the symbols that can be found in this book. Soma, a drug made to give people happiness, is used to keep citizens in check. Soma is a symbol of false happiness. Different groups get differing amounts, depending…

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  • Happiness And Human Conditioning In Brave New World By Aldous Huxley

    coexist because, as shown through symbolism and allusion, conditioning stops people from deciding what to do, soma creates “happiness”, and the citizens have grown up to believe “everyone belongs to everyone”. There is no singularity, so the citizens are not able to think or express themselves. What they believe to be “happiness” is replaced with artificial happiness, by taking a drug, called soma. Any type of interaction between the citizens is allowed because relationships are banned in the…

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