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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 In the novel A Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, describes the theme of the story, through a utopian, society, with clean andsterile air, where people are never unhappy. The Government in thisnovel has complete totalitarian control over all people, in the power of the law. Freedom One of the themes in A Brave New World, was Freedom. Freedom playedan important role that help the readerunderstand that you got to fight for whatyou think is right. One example ofthis is when Bernard, claims, that himbeing away from all society wouldgive ultimate peace and freedomfrom the strict government andits idocracy. The Power of Knowledge Huxley's civilized world is a society of ultimate knowledge. Humans have conquered almost all areas of scientific inquiry; they control life, death, aging, pleasure, and pain. This mastery of knowledge has given human beings great control over their world, and this control in turn has given great power to those who first envisioned such a society, and who continue to maintain its existence. Huxleys, civilized world is a society of ultimate knowledge where humans, haveconquered life, death, pain and more. This has given governmentthe many powers of beingin complete control. An exampleis when Huxley compares, the novel to Macbeth, because, thatstory is full of death and pain.Therefore Macbeth has completepower. Lenina Lenina is a great beautiful womantoo which all the men fall in lovewith her. She is proud of hersexual attractiveness where asthe novel progresses and Lenina emerges as a complicated person. She is also in deep love with JohnSavage, and he does truly love herwith all his heart as well. Setting
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