Savages In Brave New World

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In the novel brave new world, the setting of the savage reservation represents the complete opposite of life in London. This opposing setting highlights a surface level of a dystopian society. The reservation believes in different ways of life. First off, these savages believe in marriage, family, and monogamy. The people of the brave new world’s disgust with these lifestyle choices signifies their sense of superiority over these savages. The people of the brave new world look down on these savages for forming attachments to people. These same people will often argue that emotions and feelings are what destabilizes societies. The savages that live on the reservation feel very close to nature. These savages live and hunt off of the land so it
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