Brave New World

Brave New World

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  • Being self-aware helps you realize your true place in life.
  • Being self-aware helps you realize your true place in life.
  • Being self-aware helps you realize your true place in life.
  • Helmholtz realizes he can do more and that writing meaningless texts isn’t his calling. He tries to write something that means something to him and he gets in trouble for it. In the end he is sent to the island where he can unleash his true creativity, truly finding himself. Chap 16 
  • Unique people are always outcasted. 
  • Bernard finds out that he does not belong in a society that has such set standards. He realizes that his uniqueness makes him an outcast. Bernard begins to crave happiness that isn’t artificial and spouts his own beliefs that are considered blasphemous. Even the controller knows that Bernard does not belong in a such a society like “Brave New World” and Bernard is sent to an island along with Helmholtz.  Chap 6
  • Unique people are always outcasted. 
  • John was unique in both civilized and uncivilized society. In the Savage Land he was a different color than the natives and he was mistreated because of this. In the civilized world he was looked down on as less than a person. His mistreatment in the savage land and his own rejectment to civilized society made him realize he belonged in no society. He outcasted himself and went off the grid, but even there he was hounded by the civilized world. Eventually John killed himself to be alone knowing he didn’t belong anywhere.   Chap 8
  • Unique people are always outcasted. 
  • The savages with always mean to Linda. She was useless to their society given her inability to clean and sew. Her morals were backwards compared to their, where she slept with anyone and was punished for it. Everyone knew she was different and her differences caused people to ignore her look down on her and even hurt her. Chap 8
  • Bernard Marx was never like the other Alpha Males. He was smaller and less charismatic. He hated sports and wanted to be alone. Everyone looked down on him and they pitied him like a wounded animal. The only reason he was not outcasted earlier, was because of how good he was at his job. People gossiped about him behind his back, they said he was mistakenly given too much alcohol in his blood surrogate. Overall, Bernard was consistently looked down upon and treated differently. Chap 3
  • The savages were all native american people. John was white with a mother who was not born of natural means. His character was treated terrible, being excluded from activities and rituals based on his color. No one was like John, and his mistreatment permanently impacted his life.  Chap 8
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