Analysis Of The Book ' Brave New World ' By Anton Chekhov

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Pursuit of Happiness Liberty gives you the freedom to find your own happiness. Personal liberty is an individual to do whoever she/he pleases. In a short story called “The Man in a Case” by Anton Chekhov, a character named Byelikov is consistent of the way he lives. Byelikov was man that strictly played by the rules. For someone that is freely but seemed unhappy, he was scared to take risk because he wanted to be ready unexpected. A book named Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, is about the people of the World State having to accept what was given and told to them. They were not individually happy because everyone is counted as a whole and must share the same satisfaction to be stable. Everyone deserves to have their own happiness no matter what. Is a certain amount of personal liberty necessary for happiness? All of personal liberty is necessary for happiness because it brings happiness, satisfaction, and individualism that leads to opportunities. First, everyone deserves to freely pursue their own happiness in the way they want. We are all entitled to figure out what we want in life that makes us happy. A character from a short story called “The Man in a Case” by Anton Chekhov, a man name Byelikov was a man that simply lived his life with precautions. He always wore the same thing to protect himself from the unexpected, “He was remarkable for always wearing galoshes and a warm wadded coat, and carrying an umbrella even in the finest weather.” Byelikov lived a cautious…

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