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Essay | Comparison of "A Good House" and "Brave New World"

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Comparison of "A Good House" and "Brave New World"

Summary: Compares the novels "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley and "A Good House" by Bonnie Burnard. Examines the different attitudes portrayed about different relationships: friendship, love, and family.
Have you ever listened to your grandmother talking endlessly about her little story? Have you ever watched a movie about future society? The two books, "A Good House" and "Brave New World", present an old-fashioned society and a convenient modern utopia respectively. As the stories take place in different time periods, the people's attitudes of different relationships: friendship, love, and family are varied.

The people in "A Good House" value friendship more than the people in "Brave New World". Mary, a character in "A Good House", is glad for her tight relationship with her friend when she sees her husband is getting his close friend and he loosened up.

"Her own friend Joan, who [is] married now, too, and living on the far side of Toronto, [has] become indispensable, like a sister..." (Burnard, Pg 142)

As we see, Mary sees friendship as...

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