Unhappiness In Brave New World

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In "From Barave New World" by Aldous Huxley. The author does not describe the characters so that we can imagine how they look. The purpose of the author is that we know all the facts in the story so that we can decide and support with side of the story we think is the correct one. The conflict started when The Savage wanted to be happy but his idea of happiness is unhappiness for the new civilisation. The happiness for The Savage is to have God, poetry, real danger, and other things but for the new civilisation happiness is to do things comfortably. At the beginning of the novel "From Brave New World" by Adous Huxley the savage asked the controller what did he paid for his happiness. The controller answered, religion but he said that he forgot…show more content…
I think that the good part was that the "unhappiness" was to have God, poetry, real danger, freedom, goodness and sin. But I thought that the bad part of "unhappiness" is that the people that are unhappy are being tortured, and they have too little to eat. I think that the excerpt is similar to the "Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins because in both a new civilisation want the people to be perfect, they do not want people to be humans and make mistakes. The society will agree with The Savage because he wants to be happy and a normal person, but other people will agree with The Controller because if they agree they will not get tortured. In conclusion, "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley has different points of view between two characters, The Savage and The Controller. This leads to a conflict towards the end pf the text. The Controller is part of a new civilisation that has the people living in it with restrictions. On the other hand The Savage wants to be happy, or what I think he wants to be human. The Savage does not want to lose things that people has only to be like the
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