Brave New World Essay | Brave New World: Happiness

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Brave New World: Happiness

Summary: This essay explains how happiness is a common theme in "Brave New World."
Happiness is defined from the Webster dictionary as enjoying or marked by pleasure or satisfaction. The theme happiness is the key element in the story " Brave new World" by Aldous Huxley. There is a great deal of happiness in this story nevertheless they live untruthfully to preserve this happiness.

In " Brave New World" there is plenty of cheerfulness and delight but this can be underestimated. With this pleasure the people miss out on the most profound experiences that life can offer with sorrow and unhappiness. The people in the brave new world live a lie. They are taught to be happy but there is a certain discontentment and they sense that their lives are meaningless. It is correct that it is pleasant to feel happiness but in order to be absolute, a person must feel joy as well as despair.

"Brave New World" is an unrealistic...

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