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But the young man had evidently not heard the question. 'O wonder!' hewas saying; and his eyes shone, his face was brightly flushed. 'How manygoodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is!' The flushsuddenly deepened; he was thinking of Lenina, of an angel inbottle-green viscose, lustrous with youth and skin food, plump,benevolently smiling. His voice faltered. 'O brave new world,' he began,then suddenly interrupted himself; the blood had left his cheeks; he wasas pale as paper. 'Are you married to her?' he asked.




Aldous Huxley Brave New World Download



High, low, from a multitude of separate throats, only two voicessqueaked or growled. Repeated indefinitely, as though by a train ofmirrors, two faces, one a hairless and freckled moon haloed in orange,the other a thin, beaked bird-mask, stubbly with two days' beard, turnedangrily towards him. Their words and, in his ribs, the sharp nudging ofelbows, broke through his unawareness. He woke once more to externalreality, looked round him, knew what he saw--knew it, with a sinkingsense of horror and disgust, for the recurrent delirium of his days andnights, the nightmare of swarming indistinguishable sameness. Twins,twins.... Like maggots they had swarmed defilingly over the mysteryof Linda's death. Maggots again, but larger, full grown, they nowcrawled across his grief and his repentance. He halted and, withbewildered and horrified eyes, stared round him at the khaki mob, in themidst of which, overtopping it by a full head, he stood. 'How manygoodly creatures are there here!' The singing words mocked himderisively. 'How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world...'


The Savage stood looking on. 'O brave new world, O brave new world...'In his mind the singing words seemed to change their tone. Theyhad mocked him through his misery and remorse, mocked him with howhideous a note of cynical derision! Fiendishly laughing, they hadinsisted on the low squalor, the nauseous ugliness of the nightmare.Now, suddenly, they trumpeted a call to arms. 'O brave new world!'Miranda was proclaiming the possibility of loveliness, the possibilityof transforming even the nightmare into something fine and noble. 'Obrave new world!' It was a challenge, a command.


The real irony of the chapter lies in the fact that the total control and conditioning of this brave new world is not as perfect as it appears; Linda and John are the living proof that not everything is scientifically controlled and that things still go awry. Additionally, the chapter points out that in this totalitarian culture of the new world, it seems perfectly acceptable to sacrifice the individual on the altar of society. The chapter ends on a note of tension; the reader is made to wonder what will happen to John and Linda.


John is disgusted with life in the brave, new world. He is horrified at the things that he finds in the factories and repulsed by the reliance on soma. When he visits Eton, the upper-caste school, he is bewildered by the lessons taught there, especially when he hears the Savage Reservation being ridiculed and watches the process of hypnop'dia. As a result of his negative experiences, he is driven towards his mother and develops an almost "unnatural" affection for her, despite her ugliness.


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