Analysis Of Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World Essay

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The World State- Do What You Are Taught This essay will be centered on two of the most important characters Linda and Lenina from Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World. The novel talks about a world which is completely different from the contemporary world. The world state in the novel is solely ruled by technologies to produce human beings, drugs to control emotions, hypnopaedic education to brainwash people with certain beliefs and thoughts. In the world state human beings are produced in bulk in the hatchery as a method to maintain stability and happiness in the society. And these artificially manufactured human beings are conditioned to perform particular tasks according to their castes in the world state. “The World State’s motto, COMMUNITY, IDENTITY, STABILITY” (Huxley ch.1).They are even conditioned effectively to achieve happiness in the way the world controller want them to which are through sex and soma. Linda and Lenina both grew up in the world state but Linda spends most of her lifetime in the reservation. To some extent these two characters are quite similar in their lifestyle as they carry the same ideals. Both Linda and Lenina are conditioned by the world state, although they both go against their conditioning later in their life, the control methods used were very effective, and this can be seen in different parts of their life such as pursuit of happiness, relationship values and the ways their emotions are controlled. In the world state happiness is
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