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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a novel that takes place in Utopia Yet in this ideal place everyone is conditioned to be happy it is a place where various things such as the arts are restricted so all people will be synchronized in thinking Love and commitment does not exist but rather everyone belongs to everyone else This place is also a place where soma holidays help people escape from their realities and never have its society feel any kind of distress or illness This place was not Utopia to John the Savage it was rather a place of hell and torment which none of the things he enjoyed and loved existed In the novel freedom of the individual will is one of the fundamental beliefs at the root of human ideals While the environment or the public world society plays some part in forming the psyche of an individual it is in the end the choice of the individual John to be who they become The whole concept of Brave New World contradicts to everything John ever believed in John came from a world where art and expression of variation from the society existed People must face their problems and overcome them and love requires commitment and is greatly appreciated John was rather a Renaissance man trapped in a world where none of his necessities in life existed He was disgusted at their orgy-porgies their belief of take take take not give give give Total happiness did not exist to John in a world which lacked expression of the arts It was rather total torment Throughout the novel John continues to fight and believe for what he believes in while the surrounding environment continues to pressure him and submerge him into Utopian ways of life The conflicts which were faced upon his arrival were of devastation His life grew lonelier and lonelier each day with his dissatisfaction with
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