Brave New World Essay | Brave New World, a Character Study of John

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Brave New World, a Character Study of John

Summary: Explores the Aldous Huxley novel, Brave New World. Provides a character study of John. Describes why he is considered a savage in the Utopian society in which he finds himself.

John has never fit in wherever he has lived, especially in the Brave New World. John was raised on an Indian reservation, therefore he thinks differently than those who have been raised in the Brave New World. This society in England is set up to be controlled by the use of technology. The people do not even know what to be happy or sad means. John, the "savage," is one of the main characters that has a different view on the new world. His worldview is entirely based on Shakespeare and past experiences. When he first arrives to the new world he meets Lenina. They both come from different backgrounds, where John has been secluded for most of his life and Lenina has always been accepted.

John is the son of the Director and Linda. He is the only man in the...

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