Brave New World Chapter 16

Brave New World Chapter 16
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  • Chapter 16
  • “Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments will hum about my ears and sometimes voices.”
  • Mond's Office
  • He continues on that the World State is based on consumerism. They need their people to want new things.
  • He says that "beautiful and great things tend to last," 
  • Mond explains to John about why Shakespeare is a forbidden text in the World State. 
  • Shakespeare's wrote in feelings and expeiriences that didn't exist in the World State.These feelings and experiences were sacrificed for social stability. 
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