Truth And Happiness In Brave New World

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My topic for this ISP will be Aldous Huxley 's comparison between truth and happiness in "Brave New World". In this novel, Huxley uses an abundance of oblivious characters to promote the act of consumption as an emotional equal to happiness. However, his character "Mond" to express that truth is in fact more important than happiness. Mond is complex because he cannot act on his argument as he is the world controller of the area in which the story takes place. At the same time, rebellious characters such as The Director 's son John or Bernard Marx are used to highlight an outsider 's view on World State, and how extensively the loyal
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