Character Analysis Of Linda In 'Brave New World'

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In “Brave New World,” a woman exiles herself in embarrassment for becoming pregnant with the directors child. This woman, Linda, lets her fear of how the others will judge her dictate her decision to stay in the New Mexico Savage Reservation. Linda’s outcasting was social as well as physical, this situation empowers Linda, but also leads to her demise. Linda has always been socially removed because of her world-state conditioned promiscuity. Through a consequence of being promiscuous, she learns how to be maternal and loving towards her own son. This shows that Linda is not completely conditioned and gives into human instinct as well. If it hadnt been for a mistake in contraceptives and being forced to have John, Linda would have never showed
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