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The novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and The Matrix directed by the Wachowski brothers are very similar with respects to their characters and settings and yet so different at the same time A futuristic society based on the three principles of the state COMMUNITY IDENTITY and STABILITY is what Brave New World requires there people to follow and conform to the ideals of the state and leader and to what they believe is the normal way of life The Matrix is also a futuristic tale thats designed to overpower the human mind of not only the viewer but the inhabitants as well In this society its controlled and run by the power of technology that distracts human minds while the body is used as an energy source to stay alive and well The characters and settings of Brave New World and The Matrix can be compared and differentiated in great detail The main characters of both Brave New World and The Matrix are indeed similar and different The main character in Brave New World John the savage and Neo in The Matrix are similar as both are brought into the real world John the savage is taken out of his world by Bernard and brought into the Brave New World and he discovers the world of Shakespeare Neo is born and raised in The Matrix and comes out of the computer program into the real world Both characters find it difficult to adjust to living in their new societies and surroundings as John is taught by both worlds of the right way to live John is first introduced to promiscuity but doesnt like it and he prefers the idea of marriage something that is not accepted in his new world Neo is first expected to learn how to use his body as he comes out of the computer program He is also expected to be the one who will free the people
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