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Brave New World

Summary: Essay provides a brief analysis of the novel "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley has many moral dilemmas but the main one is lust. Henry Ford lusts over Lenina Crown. There were two solutions to this problem, one was Henry would lust no more and go after Lenina. Another solution was that he would be overcome by his lust and it would be too unbearable and he would kill himself.

The better solution between the two would be Henry no longer long for Lenina and go after her. The rewards are great but the risks are also great. But you have to take risks or you will never know what could have happened. He could finally win Lenina's heart and live happy or lose her forever. This solution may sound appalling but it is better then dieing and you would never know what would have happened if he had gone for it. He would be dead and nothing is good about dying, he would no longer be able to look at Lenina and yearn for her.

Lust plays a major part in Brave New World. Henry should not wait for something to happen; he should go after Lenina and hope for the best. No longer shall he wait and dream about Lenina. Going after Lenina is the best solution for Henry, I highly doubt that he would enjoy being dead.

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