Brave New World Essay | To Conform or Be Different

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To Conform or Be Different

Summary: Essay discusses the aspect of conformity in the novel "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.
Although conforming to society perpetuates order and being different allows us to act as individuals within a society. In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, the main idea was having a utopian society and John, the main character, trying to convince people that it is wrong. In other words, a Utopian society is having total control of everyone and forcing them to act in a certain way. This type of society is unacceptable in today's standards. Our civilization now thinks everyone should have the freedom to think and act how they want. There are many approaches to take when dealing with these two ways of life. The way we live today has many advantages and disadvantages that make it essential in living. Conformity and difference are the two types of methods of life.

Conformity, proved many times throughout Brave New World, by emphasizing the importance...

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