How Huxley Changes The Format Of A Normal Story

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Bryton McKinley In “Brave New World’ by Aldous Huxley, Huxley changes the format of a normal story for the reasons of comparison and contrast along with a dramatic effect for introducing the most important character in the book, John. Huxley needed to have a good reason for not introducing the main character at the beginning of the book, which he did. His reasoning must have been that he wanted to build up an understanding of just what the World State was before releasing John into the story. Huxley needed enough time to expand on :the World State’s motto, Community, Identity, Stability.” In the first half of the book, Huxley exemplifies just what the Community of the World State really is. “Everybody is owned by everyone else,” is an example

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