Literary Analysis( Brave World by Aldos Huxley)

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Literary Analysis (Brave New World by Aldous Huxley) Did you know that almost main characters in a story have to go through a long journey in order to have a happy or sad ending? Well, for example in Batman, Batman has to go through a lot of challenges in order to have the ending that it has. In the novel of Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, Huxley makes Bernard go through a long journey in order to get him to the island where there are just Alphas and be part of an experiment. In Brave New World, there is no doubt that John had to go through a long and complicated journey facing his dreams and realities. One of his dreams was that Lenina was a heroine and a strumpet, but after reading Shakespeare he realized that none of the two labels were appropriate for her. Reading Shakespeare and listening to Mustapha Mond reading quotes about religion and other science books of how other people thought about life gave John another view about the world in which he lived. He believed in happiness, God, and that people should not be degraded. “But I don’t want comfort. I want God, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want freedom, I want goodness, I want sin.”(pg.240) Of course in the novel Brave New World, John was not the only one who had to go through a lot of challenges facing reality and dreams that made his life a complicated journey. Bernard is an Alpha that is different to everybody else, because he was a human. He had feelings for other people either from hate, jealous or love, and he did not think in the same way that everybody else did. Even though he was a human, he was a lonely person. His dreams where that he wanted to do a lot of thing and have everything that he wanted, but the reality was that he could not do whatever he wanted and could not have everything he wanted, because he had to stick to the form of

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