Analyzing Structure And Point Of View

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Analyzing Structure and Point of View

In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley basically divided the novel into three parts. The first part is to introduce an imagined future in which everything is unconventional. He gave us details for the fertilizing room and the world was built based on the ideas on Community, Identity, and Stability. The second part is to plunge the readers into the Brave New World and to give the view of different characters in the book, for example the ideal citizens Henry Foster and Lenina Crowne, and Benard Marx who was more educated in the ways of civilization. The third part is to introduce John who was born in the Savage Reservation and the challenges he faced in the Brave New World. In these order, the reader can
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In the reaction, we can understand more about the morality in the Brave New World. It is useful to explain a situation and show readers the cross section of the strange society of the future.

Imagine this novel had been written from Jon’s perspective. The Brave New World will be written in first person. The story will reveal more about John’s feeling towards the Brave New World and the comparison between the two different world. John’s perspective will resonated to those of the readers toward the Brave New World. The fertilizing process, the conditioning, and the erotic play all will not be understandable from John’s perspective. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a perfect place with social order and stability while the Savage Reservation is a terrible place for people to live in. The story will similar to the experience that the readers go to experience the Brave New World, an unconventional society.

Analyzing Author’s Tone and Purpose
In the world Aldous Huxley created, family relationships were totally removed. The combination of genetic engineering, conditioning, and test-tube babies means that there is no marriage or family. “Mother” and “father” became obscene words in the Brave New World. The disintegration of the family unit will make the society become unstable and has to maintain by a leader or a godlike
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