Symbolism In Aldous Huxley's W

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1st Para First of all, it is the support presented by the guide figure that assists the hero. BNW: John is in extreme danger as a group of Deltas are ganging up on him due to his revealing of his rebellion against the society by throwing away the somas. Luckily Helmholtz comes to help: "Helmholtz Watson pushed his way through the crowd" (Huxley 195). This shows how Helmholtz was willing to risk himself and yet provide physical support for John. Toronto at Dreamer's Rock: Rusty exposes how stressful his life is during his conversation with Michael and Keesic. But they are there to support him by listening to Rusty's grief and sorrow: "'The hardest thing I ever had to deal with was my father'" (Taylor 61). Michael and Keesic try to think…show more content…
But whereas the physically defective Bernard had suffered all his life from the consciousness of being separate, it was only quite recently that, grown aware of his mental excess, Helmholtz Watson had also become aware of his difference from the people who surrounded him." (Huxley 61) Helmholtz tries to comfort Bernard by telling Bernard that he is not alone while also encourages him to strive continually for success. Toronto at Dreamer's Rock: Michael encourages Rusty to persist with his life: "'This information will affect your life, maybe negatively at this crucial and formative stage. I don't think it's advisable at the moment'" (Taylor 57). Michael is providing some facts from the future which allows Rusty to believe that life is more worthwhile, since many troubles bother him at this point. Lion King: Rafiki is the guide for Simba and encourages him to go back to his kingdom where his people need him: "'Oh yes, the past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or... learn from it'" (Allers). Rafiki explains to Simba that he should not forget about his past and must go back to save the society of

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