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Chris Yaworsky Mr Lutz Great Books Brave New World Culmination Essay The novel Brave New World was written by Aldous Huxley in 1932 Huxleys tale of a genetically engineered future society that used drugs and believed in promiscuous sexual relations would go on to become what some called a Great Book Brave New World was interesting at some points odd but always intriguing Huxley crafted a piece of literature which included passages and chapters that are very odd and racy even in todays day in age not to mention 1932 He pushed the envelope and came out with what would become a classic novel One may believe that Brave New World became a classic due to the general craziness of the basic plot or due to Huxleys startlingly accurate predictions of the future ie Genetic Engineering World War II etc One must believe that these are the two reasons that this novel became a classic because there are several inconsistencies in the plot and structure of Brave New World As Brave New World progresses into what some would call the body or conflict of the novel Bernard has become the main character for the time Bernard begins to question the very base and structure of the society in which he lives His independent thoughts ideas and plans begin to take over his life and his actions Bernard Marx becomes very erratic in the way he carries himself and in his overall disposition His distaste and hatred for his society and the people in charge of it become very solid and the reader is led to believe that Bernard will rise up against the people causing him all this grief However once Bernard is confronted by the controller Moustapha Mond and subsequently told that he will be sent to an island to be with others like him his beliefs that were just days before so solid are shaken to the core The cowardice that he had
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