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Utopia in Brave New World

Summary: This discusses how utopia cannot exist in the world. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Have you ever wished things would be just perfect? I, for certain, know I have. Yet, if you really stop to think about it, perfection isn't attainable because we always want something bigger and better as human nature. In the novel, Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, there is strongly influential Utopia existing. Even in a controlled society such as the one represented in this book, the people still revolt against the government. There are people in this book who change things, like Bernard or John the Savage, and there are people who help keep this society running smoothly, like Lenina or Tomakin. I've focused mainly on these four characters because they seem to be the most influential in the story.

Ordinarily, Bernard would have been the perfect conformist, with the desire to fit in that would drive him to do anything. Yet he is...

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