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Brave New World : Analysis on "Happiness"

Summary: An essay on how the "futuristic" world in Aldous Huxley's "A Brave New World" tries to avoid all pain and suffering through certain methods similar to how society uses cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol now.
In the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, one of the recurring themes that show up is the search for happiness, and to forget all worries. The book is set in the future, in the time of "our Ford." Ford is referred to as the surrogate for God at this time. The world in this novel is very much different then it is today. The main thing is that there is no sexual reproduction. Means of reproduction is by the Bokanovsky Process. Also, each person's life is predetermined by the people working in the factories. The caste system is also very different. There are Alphas, Betas, Deltas, Epsilons, and Gammas. Basically, Alphas and Betas are the more important people, with Alpha and Alpha Pluses at the top. The Deltas, Epsilons, and Gammas are the laborers. Most of the book occurs in...

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