Brave New World Essay | Brave New World: Interpretive Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Brave New World.
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Brave New World: Interpretive Essay

Summary: This is an interpretive of the book Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. It is about how far people would go to escape from reality.
Everyone wants happiness. Everyone wishes for happiness. But how far people would go to get joy is a different story. In a Brave New World, happiness is taken to a whole new level. People no longer find happiness on their own but instead, use drugs to endure in fantasies and pleasure. They would do whatever they can to find joy, even if it meant hiding from what is real. Utopian existence is far from perfect. People do everything they can to achieve happiness, even if it means avoiding truth and reality.

In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, a very popular drug, soma, is used for any sign of displeasure. Soma is a perfect drug taken to have the feeling of entertainment and fun. It is a drug that the people need to take everyday in order to keep their lives orderly. In the "new...

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