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True Happiness: a Matter of Control

Summary: Aldous Huxley creates a world in his book Brave New World, where all of these freedoms are taken away from each individual due to pre-destined lives. Yet, the characters in the book still believe they know true happiness. And to an extent they do. They have not experienced any other way of life because of the power and control over them.
Limitations and restrictions on behavior patterns in society can often bind one's ability to be truly happy in all aspects of the word. Aldous Huxley creates a world in his book Brave New World, where all of these freedoms are taken away from each individual due to pre-destined lives. Yet, the characters in the book still believe they know true happiness. And to an extent they do. They have not experienced any other way of life because of the power and control over them. However, those on the outside looking in, such as John (a Savage brought to the reservation for observation), know that there is much more to be desired than just imbecile happiness. Happiness therefore depends upon one's freedom to choose their own place in society, the relationships they form with others, and intellect to make their own decisions.

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