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Aldous Huxleys Brave New World looks at the universal and timeless theme of the relationship between man and nature Written during the post World War I era the novel addresses issues of the struggle for peace the development of science and the totalitarian state Set in the year AF 632 after Ford the novel views the economic political social and technological developments of the Brave New World and how its inhabitants have adapted In particular Bernard Marx of civilized London and John Savage from the wild Savage Reserve as both from two seemingly different worlds struggle with their individuality in a world of conditioning conformity and pre-destined futures Through these and other minor characters Huxley takes a satirical look into the future where the relationship between man and nature has been altered as a result of the immediate issues of the post World War I era the struggle for peace but at what cost the development of science and who controls it and the extremes of totalitarianism Community Identity Stability Ch1 otherwise known as the World States Motto these words are what almost immediately greet the responder upon opening Following the turmoil of World War I the majority of the world craved pace and stability the importance of which is blatantly obvious in the Brave New World This arrival at peace and stability aims at keeping all those in the Brave New World happy where no pains have been preserved to make their lives emotionally easy This is achieved through soma a drug that induces a warm richly coloured infinitely friendly world for all in the Brave New World who are expected or expect to take regular doses of the drug The struggle for peace also coincides with the controlling of nature where in the Brave New World Bokanovskys Process is one of the major instruments of social stability The role of conditioning in this sense aims atmaking people like their inescapable social destiny and
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