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Brave New World Essay Test Q How does life in Brave New World change John A Life in The Brave New World changes John in an unusual way Being a child from the savage reservation John was taught that morality rather than conditioned by the Controller John learned his rights and wrongs from his mother and his own experiences John knew a personal relationship was valued and everyone loved one another He learned that religion was a major part of his morals Sex was something done with a mate that is loved When John was brought to the Brave New World his inhibitions were happening by other people right in front of him He saw sex as a common occurrence and nobody really had any emotion toward it Everyone enjoyed it but not spiritually In sense sex did not light an eternal flame for the Brave New World like it did in the savage reservation A piece of a mother and father could be put together for a child in the savage society but in the Brave New World everyone had their own life There were no personal relationships and there was no love Also drugs were looked down upon by the reservation and yet in the Brave New World drugs specifically soma are the food for life Instead of living through rough situations society went on soma holidays for their problems All these wrongs to John were making him upset John tried to give the hospital workers freedom He threw away their soma and made them more upset The workers rioted against John and he realized he could not change society John argued with the Mustapha Mond about the way society was but it seemed Mond had a response to everything John decided to indulge himself in the Brave New Worlds lifestyle John tried sex and soma and enjoyed it John knew he had sinned to his own religion
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