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Brave New World -Summary Huxleys point of view in Brave New World is third person omniscient all-knowing The narrator is not one of the characters and therefore has the ability to tell us what is going on within any of the characters minds This ability is particularly useful in showing us a cross section of this strange society of the future We can be with the Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning in the Central London Conditioning and Hatchery Centre with Lenina Crowne at the Westminster Abbey Cabaret with Bernard Marx at the Fordson Community Singery An extreme example of the technique would be in Chapter Three when we hear a babble of unidentified voices--Leninas Fanny Crownes Mustapha Monds--that at first sound chaotic but soon give us a vivid understanding of this brave new world Ch- 1 -Used to bring reader into futuristic situation - Shows sciences impact on nature -Show birthing process designed to appal reader emphasising -Cold unloving clinical methods lack of identity -Used for economic needs social stability -Mass production ideals applied using animal parts Ch- 2 -Conditioning Room Uses -Contrasting images babies and flowers electric shocks to enforce immorality within the society -Flowers and books symbolising imagination and nature treated at dangerous as to the societies system they are -Babies minds littered with evil discriminatory sentiments -Moral beliefs replaced by what society desires individuals to believe Ch- 3 -Highlights need for elaborate game to enable increased consumption - Economic capitalist needs always at forefront -Childrens sexual awareness encouraged -Preparation for promiscuity -Eliminating all emotion aspects of sexual behaviour -Further corrodes bonds that would normally be built against instincts -Mustaphas derogatory remark of history is bunk -Emphasises the societies ignorance of qualities we preserve and value -Elimination of representations of passion expression and human thought -Broken dialogue between four settings -Emphasises contrasts between the BNWs values -Exercises ideals previously learnt to aid comprehension of thoughts -Emphasises all ideals of BNW and
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