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A Comparative Analysis by Robot SP-88 on Brave New World We A utopian society can be defined as a place where everyone is happy diseases are non-existent and strife anger or sadness is unheard of Only happiness exists When confronted with Aldous Huxleys Brave New World and Yevgeny Zamyatins We one realizes that utopian societies are detrimental to individuality The utopian societies seen in the novels depict the lost individuals in a melting pot of semblance and world of uninterest These perfect worlds take away from individuality and show a monoculture in which nothing can grow or change The struggle for individuality seen in the novel correlates with this units attempt at individualism Brave New World is set in a place called World State Citizens of this society are produced in bottles and conditioned from the moment of conception through puberty to enjoy their lives and agree with everything that society says People are categorized in five types On the highest levels are the Alphas who hold leadership positions and at the lowest levels are the Epsilons who do the simpler tasks Robots such as myself are categorized just the same The people in World State are kept sensually satisfied with promiscuous sex and soma a drug with all the pleasant effects of alcohol but none of the bad effects The protagonist is John Savage from a place called the savage reservation where people still believe in barbaric ideas as families and Christianity When John gets out of the savage reservation he is horrified by the world he sees and repelled by his sinful lust for Bernards female friend Lenina and her promiscuous willingness to have sex with him He tries to lead a revolution but the people are too happy to revolt He then tries to isolate himself from the rest of the world but is discovered and after being forced into a sexual orgy by a mob of people armed
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