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A Comparative Study of Texts on the Examples of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and the Voigt-Kampff Test Scene in the Movie Blade Runner
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English Comparative Study Scene or Incident In our lives we compare and contrast incidents to gain a value We compare everything such as our daily lives with other people in order to gain some sense of meaning of ourselves By the comparison and contrast of incidents from texts we gain similar ideas The scene in Aldous Huxleys Brave New World BNW where John the Savage is introduced to a different lifestyle in London can be comparedcontrasted with the incident involved with the Voigt-Kampff Test used to expose replicants in the film Blade Runner BR This comparison helps to confirm the value of a comparative study of texts as we can gain a sense of meaning from it The BNW is totally diverse from the savage reservation that John was brought up in Thus Johns moral beliefs are totally dissimilar to that of the people in London We can see this especially with the relationship that John has with Lenin There is an obvious connection between the two however their love remains unfulfilled because of the differing moral values The idea of having someone disgusts John who was brought up learning from the romantic values set out in Shakespeares plays Ultimately this barrier leads to Johns radical anger towards Lenina and John attacks her Johns raw display of natural human emotions and beliefs such as love confounds the inhabitants of BNW The Voigt-Kampff Test in Blade Runner is an incident shown twice in the film The second time it appears Deckard is introduced to Rachel We see him hesitant to test Rachel because he is instantly attracted to her This incident proves to show that Rachel is indeed a replicant and Tyrells casual statement Rachel is an experiment nothing more sends Deckard into silence He is conflicted between what is a natural relationship between humans his occupation and his emotions towards Rachel The comparison of these incidents confirms the value of a comparative study
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