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Brave New World

Summary: In Huxley's Brave New World, he satirizes the idea of sex in the society. In this society, "everyone belongs to everyone else." There is no limit to how many partners you can have and only being with one person is looked down upon. In this society, children are taught to engage in erotic play when they are young.
In Aldous Huxley's Brave New Word, Huxley's satirical tone emphasizes the lack of individuality in the society through human conditioning, promiscuity, and the intake of a drug called soma. In Nikki Giovanni's poem "Choices", Giovanni's realistic and accepting tone shows that through experience, one learns to comprehend disappointment and pain. The authors' tones accentuate the theme that although decisions can cause pain and disappointment, the freedom of choice is a necessity for humanity.

In Huxley's Brave New World, he satirizes the idea of sex in the society. In this society, "everyone belongs to everyone else." There is no limit to how many partners you can have and only being with one person is looked down upon. In this society, children are taught to engage in erotic play when they are young. When the children are older, this teaches them to openly partake in sexual activities with many...

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