Maybe someday soon you will find someone who will fill your heart with love just like I did for your father." Eddie: (tilts his head & smiles) " You really think so?" Katy: (nods confidently) "I do.
Brave New World is full of many characters who will do everything they can to avoid facing the truth about the truly broken society that they live in. Where they are held captive and convinced that how they live is the only way to achieve happiness. In chapter 7 you meet a boy named John, Bernard and Lenina take him from the savage reservation back to the utopia. John chooses to use Shakespeare as his way to avoid facing his truth and his broken past. Shakespeare plays a big role throughout this book, representing first, the art and ideas that are rejected by the Brave New World in the interest of maintaining stability.
Aldous Huxley utilises a variety of conventions of speculative fiction in Brave New World to provoke a response within the audience by incorporating them into the text along with his complex and descriptive style of writing. This is to make the audience react in different ways and think of certain ideas or messages as the story goes on. Huxley uses a variety of themes of speculative fiction to evoke a reaction within the viewers as they give them an overview of how the story will play out. The theme of technology and control makes the audience feel worried as having control over advanced and powerful technologies such as Bokanovsky's Process and special conditioning can be especially dangerous.
Author, Aldous Huxley portrays the society in this novel as a world where people commonly receive instant gratification for their actions and where it is important for someone to get what they want to make them happy. This could be seen as a problem with a large society, however, the World Controllers have ensured that anything a person might want has been pre-decided, controlled and programmed in since the beginning of their time. Considered to be healthy in excessive amounts and encouraged from a young age, frequent sex is widely accepted and openly talked about on a regular basis during this era. This is one of the prime examples of making sure everyone gets what they want instantly. Another illustration of this conduct can be noted with
August told me everything about you. How she used to work for you and grandmother, you meeting T. Ray and how he treated you like a princess, your fight with T. Ray and you leaving, your breakdown, she told me everything. She also told me about how you were coming back for me. She showed a picture of you holding me when I was a baby. That was all I needed to see that you loved me.
I didn’t want Christian to sense the need I had for him. But he didn’t seem to care because he came closer to me and placed his hand on my waist again. “It’s just a question Serenity trust me I don’t want to fight with you tonight, but I just want to know if there is any possibility that you could feel the same about me as I do about you.” His words were spoken with such sincerity that I found it hard to ignore the matter.
At age twenty-nine, Brittany had been diagnosed with a stage four malignant brain tumor which then classified her as a terminally ill patient. Suffering from daily symptoms everyday became worse. Some of these symptoms would include seizures, head and neck pain, and stroke-like symptoms. Brittany soon became an advocate for death-with-dignity laws and spent her days advocating, especially those days that were her final ones. This is the reason why Physician-assisted suicide is an option.
A strong advocate for the “right to die” movement, Brittany went on the publicly say that she will not tell others how to die but instead said who has the right to tell her to. She is just one of many who had to leave their home state to die with dignity. The details of her journey and her face itself became the public face or the “right-to-die”
Everyone throughout their lives has gone through difficult phases in which have helped them see the world in a different way. For example, people have become better after getting past obstacles, they are able to prepare themselves for what’s to come later in life, and they are able to become successful in life. At some point in life, every person has though tab our giving up due to circumstances that have been concurring frequently during a period of time; therefore, people think that there are no good things in life left. For example, when my mother was younger she had to live with my grandfather’s cousin because my grandparents were moving up north for the season and they did not want my mother to make their trip more difficult than what it would