Brave New World Essay | The Human Feeling Lacking in Brave New World

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The Human Feeling Lacking in Brave New World

Summary: The society depicted in Aldous Huxley's novel Brave New World is one of technologically-induced happiness. However, the people in this society are missing out on the positive effects that come from experiencing sorrow. Through sorrow, one can learn many lessons, strengthen his/her relationships with other people, and raise his/her level of self-esteem.
Brave New World

Brave New World is set in the future time period in England. With the help of advanced technologies,and drugs, happiness fills the lives of the people living at that time period. But, the people are missing out on one of the most important feelings of life. That is sorrow or unhappiness. People in Brave New World are living in a lie. They are missing out on of the most deepest experiences. With sorrow or unhappiness, MANY LESSONS CAN BE LEARNED. BY EXPERIENCING SORROW, AND EXPRESSING THEIR SORROW, ONE CAN MAKE HIS/HER RELATIONSHIPS EVEN STRONGER, AND ONE'S SELF-ESTEEM LEVEL WILL RAISE AFTER RECOVERING FROM THE SORROW.

To begin with, lessons are part of life that are always being taught. Another significant way if earning these lessons is through sorrow. People today are a;ways experiencing this. Through sorrow...

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