In page seven of Chapter One of the novel "Brave New World," the reader is almost being given a tour of the labs in this society and how people are made in these labs. It is described that one egg can become 96 identical embryos. This pertains to the specific dystopian element of Uniformity since the lab creates 96 identical twins and do this multiple times creating a society that is almost entirely the same.
In the novel, everyone is conditioned to think and feel a certain way and if they ever feel anything but happy, they should just take drugs to be happy again. Anyone who has ever thought for themselves has always been considered "queer." For example, in page 20 of Chapter 2, readers get an insight of how babies are being conditioned to fear books. This pertains to the specific dystopian element of No Independent Thought since the society is being conditioned to think a certain way almost since birth.
Perfect Exterior Hides Evil Secret
In page 98 of Chapter 6, the Director and Bernard have a very intense conversation about Bernard's "strange" behavior of thinking for himself. Bernard is threatened to be sent to Iceland if he continues this behavior. This pertains to the specific dystopian element of Corrupt Government because once they saw that someone like Bernard was hinking for himself, they threatened him with being sent to an isolated island.
This isn't how you live!!!!!!
Alphas: Smart, Good Job
In page 27 of Chapter 2, the reader is introduced to the different groupings this society has. There's Alphas, Betas, Gammas, Deltas, and Epsilons. People are born into these different "factions" and are often segregated from each other. Alphas are usually comsidered the smartest and have the best jobs, while Epsilons are the stupidest and are considered "good for nothing." This pertains to the specific dystopian element of Segregation since it describes how the society divides people solely based of their intelligence.
Epsilons: Dumb, Don't have a good job
In page 90 of Chapter 6, the reader sees that Lenina says this certain phrase a lot, "A gramme is better than a damn." People in the society have become so conditioned to take drugs to make them happy that it's all the depend on. This pertains to the specific dystopian element of Perfect Exterior Hides Evil Secret because it may seem like everyone is happy but that's only what the drugs are doing to them. In reality, everyone is not okay and the society has a significant amount of problems.
In Chapter 7, the reader is introduced to a new character named John and he is different because he wasn't created in a lab and actually has a mother and father. In almost all of Chapter 17, John speaks oout against this corrupt society and how it relys too much on soma and is too focused on sexual appreances rather than the people themselves. This pertains to the specific dystopian element of Unexpected Hero because John is calling out this society and bringing awareness to what they are actually living in.