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Brave New World Essay: John the Savage

Summary: Brave New World: The character of John and the warning within the book.
Bewildered, lost, and in a foreign land. That was how my grandfather felt as he stepped off from his plane, and into America. He was born and raised in India with very traditional values so when he began to assimilate into American society he experienced a culture shock. Like many immigrants he was appalled by what he saw as a society with loose morals, a society so different from his own. As I read Brave New World by Aldous Huxley I began to feel much like an immigrant myself. Huxley paints a disturbing picture of a world where children are made in test tubes, and thoughts are programmed into people's minds. The only character I could relate to was John the Savage, because his reactions to this society, this "civilization", were much like my own. In Brave New World, Huxley uses John as...

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