Brave New World Essay | Brave New World : Mustapha Mond Vs. John

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Brave New World : Mustapha Mond Vs. John

Summary: Aldous Huxley depicted a futuristic world full of happiness and endless luxuries. However, these glories at the very cost of our dignity, rights, and self worth. Mustapha Mond and John argue about these very things relating to the loss of religion, art, love, family, and God.
There are many things discussed between John and Mustapha Mond that provide a contrast between the Brave New World and the Savage Reservation. The issue of morality was debated over topics such as the prohibition of old and beautiful things, tragic literature, religion, and a perfect world of Alpha-Pluses.

John questioned why old and beautiful things such as Shakespearean literature were banned from the Utopian society. Mond argued that there is no use for things that are old because they do not advance progress. He also justifies the deprivation of beautiful things as they are attractive and people should not be attracted to things that are old and useless. He feels, that old things such Shakespeare provide citizens with new ideas and feelings that may affect their conditioning and hence, the stability of the World State.

John further questions why tragic literature is...

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