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Brave New World: The Myth of the Utopian Society

Summary: In Aldous Huxley's novel "Brave New World," individualism gives way to conformity as the government enforces its will to create a "perfect" society. Huxley uses irony and other literary devices to reinforce this theme.
Utopia represents the perfect society. The literal meaning of utopia is "nowhere", so, the idea is essentially ironic in that it can never be achieved. For the utopian society to work, individuality and personal choice must be taken away. In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, he describes his views and how he believes the society is now through manipulation of individuals, sacrifices of individuals, and individuals questioning authority.

The individuals in Brave New World are made to conform. This idea is thought to be the only way to crate stability and peace. People in the society are used as puppets to create this artificial perfect world according to the views of the World State leaders. They want to achieve the very best place for a few individuals with a certain view of how utopia should look like. For everyone else, the...

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