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Brave New World As man has progressed through the ages there has been essentially one purpose That purpose is to arrive at a utopian society where everyone is happy disease is nonexistent and strife anger or sadness is unheard of This in turn would let only happiness exists But when confronted with Aldous Huxleys Brave New World we come to realize that this is not in fact what the human soul really desires In fact Utopian societies are much worse than those of today are In a utopian society the individual who among others composes the society is lost in the melting pot of comparison and world in that is uninterested In the science fiction book Brave New World we are confronted with a man Bernard Marx Bernard is inadequate to his colleges So he resorts to entertaining himself most evenings without the company of a woman This encourages his individual thought and he realizes that having an independent thought is rewarding This pushes him to become a real individual Although this is true to a certain extent Bernard does not realize that he would much rather attain social recognition At least not until the opportunity presents itself Thus through a series of events Bernard uses the curiosity of the society to his advantage fulfilling his subconscious wish of becoming someone important a recognized name in the jumble of society This ends when the curiosity of others ends and as a supreme result of his arrogant behavior he is exiled The instigator of this curiosity as well as the author of Bernards fame is an outsider know as the Savage Bernard brings in the S avage from outside of the utopian society as an experiment He faces civilized society with a bright outlook but eventually comes to hate it bitterly Lenina the supporting role of the novel is the most pronounced example of the ideal citizen She adheres to the principles of the society
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