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Individualism & Utopia Society

Summary: Compares two novels, Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, and Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley. Explores the theme of individualism in each novel. Provides examples from each novel in support of the theme.
Individualism is the idea that freedom of thought and action for each person is the most important quality of a society, rather than shared effort and responsibility and it is vital to everyone. In World War II, more than twelve million people have sacrificed their life to get freedom or to be an individual from rest of the world. What do you think is more important: a stable society to live in or a place where you can be your own person? Some people believe that freedom to be an individual is more important than having a stable society where the good of the government or citizens as a whole is held at a higher priority. However, some may disagree and think that a stable world is more important than the freedom to act as ones wishes. In the novels Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, and Brave New...

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