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The Sacrifice of a Brave New World

Summary: Discusses the novel Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley. Describes how certain aspects of society, namely individuality, community and stability, are sacrificed in order to reach a desired level of happiness.


Charles DuBois reflected that "The Important thing is: To be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become." Thus, to reach any sort of happiness, some sort of sacrifice has to be made. Among these categories is individuality, community and stability. When individuality is sacrificed, people within society theoretically conform and change to be united; identity is lost and individual personalities and feelings are traded for stability and community. Community is the base of society, and without it there is the possibility for anarchy, people break away and do not rely on each other and thus form their own reliefs within self-thought and emotion. Stability requires a form of unity and accords between people to allow society to be peaceful. As stability is sacrificed, more individuals develop their opinion, and are eventually able to find different places...

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