Fittingly, the first chapter opens with a guided tour of the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre, where the Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning is leading a group of young students through the building, explaining the more complicated science that the author, Aldous Huxleyhas invented for the novel.
July 11, July 11, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a novel about a dystopian society, with many characters that are just like us.
While reading this book, I noticed that there are many different archetypes portrayed by some of the characters and many of them still apply to society today. Some of the archetypes portrayed in this book include the innocent, the seeker, and the orphan.
The character that I feel fits into the Orphan archetype would be Bernard Marx. Even though no one else accepted him, these two did and they shared a special bond. Bernard was happy he had at least someone that accepted him for who he was. I feel that this archetype could be portrayed by the entire society in this book.
Most of the people that live in this society have no idea what the World State is doing to them, and they think nothing is out of the ordinary. I found that the God or Creator archetype in the book is fulfilled by the character Mustapha Mond.
Mustapha controls a very stable group of people or society, in which Picture From GoldenAgeOfGaia everyone feels happy and every has something to do.
The God or Creator archetype usually means someone who strives to make their dreams into reality, and this is quite resemblant of Mustapha.
He has control over his society and he is often referred to by the people as a god or other synonyms for god. These different archetypes portrayed by all of these characters have made this book very intriguing and enjoyable so far, and I hope it continues like this in the second half.
If you have any comments or would like to suggest an archetype I may have missed, feel free to leave a comment below.Brave New World, written by Aldous Huxley, is a fictional story in which the idea of utopian society is presented.
Throughout the novel, Huxley predicts Throughout the novel, Huxley predicts. Jan 19, · Aldous Huxley takes the reader further into his Brave New World and gradually introduces us to the main characters who are going to carry the human side of the story.
In a glossy, efficient, illness free community, it's the Alpha Plus intellectuals who start to Reviews: 9. "Brave New World Revisited" is a fantastic critical analysis of "BNW", how it differs with Orwell's "", and the world as Huxley saw it some 30 after the book debuted.
Brave New World Character Descriptions & Analysis Literature Study Guides and Chapter Summaries / By Trent Lorcher / Homework Help & Study Guides John – As the only major character raised outside of the World State, John becomes an experiment in socialization.
Brave New World Revisited (Harper & Brothers, US, ; Chatto & Windus, UK, ), written by Huxley almost thirty years after Brave New World, is a non-fiction work in which Huxley considered whether the world had moved toward or away from his vision of the future from the s.
He believed when he wrote the original novel that it was a Author: Aldous Huxley. Feb 28, · The characters you'll spend the most time with in Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" have one thing in common: They're all rebels.