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DH Lawrences idea of voices of our education has a broader meaning than one might think It comes from society from the outside world These voices are only helpful if one listens and through texts such as Snake Brave New World and Rime of The Ancient Mariner these voices will be thoroughly studied to reveal how they shape our decision making In the poem Snake by DH Lawrence a boy kills a snake just moments after he admires it By doing so he shows that these voices influenced him to commit such an act which he later regrets At the beginning of the poem the boy now a man goes out to get his water while moments before he arrived at the water a beautiful snake was there drinking its fill The boy wrestled with his voices of his education knowing that he would be able to prove his manhood by killing the creature So with these voices in his head he mad the decision to kill the snake and he picked up a clumsy log and threw it at the water-trough with a clatter As the boy killed the snake he felt an immediate grief come over him Even years later the boy in the story now a man still regrets that days decisions In another piece of literature such as Brave New World written by Aldous Huxley the stories characters deal with similar dilemmas In this story the characters are brainwashed into thinking that they all rely on each other Everyone works for everyone else we cant do without anyone these teachings constantly told to the characters are a form of voices of our education However in this book there are outsiders to this conditioned world known as savages these people are not disciplined like all of the other characters yet they live free of boundaries are learn things that the epsilons and alphas of the story never would Learning things like The
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