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Brave New World In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley he addresses the frightening possibility of a society where love and passion are nonentities and efficient rules This society is the representation of the death of the individual and the family as we know it In the future society where truths a menace and science is a public danger social stability is much more important than the individual 227 The conditioning which each citizen goes through even before they are born is aimed to keep everyone happy not for the good of the individual but for the good of society The citizens of this age live blissfully ignorant of passion and old age however they are never to feel the joy of being in love or having a family The special relationship one has with ones mother or spouse is traded in for a night at the feelies or a gramme of soma To these citizens home is a place of no air no spacean understerialized prision darkness disease and smells 37 To anyone w ho has a loving home this statement is like a punch to the stomach as one wonders at their ignorance of anything emotional The savage after being raised on the reservation knows the pain of being an outsider though to him this ghastly society of meaningless sex is much more horrific His point is proven in his impassioned speech with Mustapha Mond as he states that he does not want the comforts of this society He passionately proclaims I want God I want poetry I want real danger I want freedom I want goodness I want sin240 He wants his right to be unhappy as long as the choices which cause him unrest are truly his own Upon meeting Lenina the savage becomes enraptured He has never met anyone as beautiful as she and he hopes to marry her However unfortunately for him Lenina does not understand the concept of
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