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Imagine living in a world where drugs are part of your everyday life In a Brave New Word Aldous Huxley creates a fictional world where a perfect drug is part of typical everyday life Huxleys world is supposed to be a world much different from the world in which we live in By writing of a drug-infested utopian world he compares the world and drugs of his generation to his fictional world to show that in both worlds happiness is pursued through drugs Huxley predicts through a Brave New World that our world is headed for disaster People in Huxleys utopian society pursue happiness through a drug called soma Soma is the essential tool in keeping a utopia in a Brave New World It does so by keeping order stability and control Soma is successful in doing this because of its effects The drug has the effect of distracting people from their anger passion and ambition It is made mainly in a tablet form and is taken by people in almost a religious fashion when it is involved in worshiping the idol and creator of their utopian world Ford If someone takes a certain amount they will find themselves on a soma holiday a long high Scientists have perfected soma so it gives people the ultimate high The people in Huxleys world pursue their happiness through drugs This however results in the people having no real emotions or feelings The use of drugs blinds them from the reality of life Since everyone uses soma everyone is blinded from the feelings and emotions of life This differs in our world because only certain people are using drugs If a drug such as soma was introduced into our world the danger is we might become a world without emotions and feelings John the Savage was raised in a society somewhat similar to ours He is later brought into Huxleys utopian world He shows us through his
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