Thesis - A brave New World by Aldous Huxley, is a novel set in London, during the Twenty Sixth Century. The concept of Utopia is heavily enforced during this era. People in this society are considered to be equal in many aspects, such as religion, identity, and social class. However he world still remains imperfect, even though citizen’s are unable to use sacrifices made to achieve moral success within these foundations. Although some critics argue that it is science fiction, Huxley uses satire to mock religion, drugs, society, and family in general by targeting “the perfect world” and class system. He shows concern on how society is ignoring this reality by ridiculing and uses a tone of voice which explains how the world state fails to recognize the values from birth, due to how the citizens are conditioned in this world. < Thesis feel free to modify it if necessary.
Intro A. (Synopsis)
Brave new world, a novel which sets in london about almost 600 years into the future where human’s are industrialized from birth and faith in christ is replaced with “ford”. These individuals are all controlled by the highest people of the world state. Students are given a tour by the director in the hatchery and conditioning lab where humans are strictly being placed into their caste system based on the bokanovsky process in which one fertilized egg will produce many identical human beings. The process of conditioning’s goal is to make these citizens accept their destiny and which of the five caste they belong to. These 5 castes range from the highest to lowest class which are alpha, beta, gamma, delta, and epsilon.
Bernard Marx, a psychologist who belongs to the alpha caste is dissatisfied with the world where sex , drug called soma, and material items are given top priority. Bernard was known to be disrespected by women, however, he catches...