Explore the writers oppression in Nineteen Eighty Four and Brave New World
Both Orwell and Huxley present to the reader in their novels Brave New World and Nineteen Eighty Four, a new society, one reinvented where totalitarian aspects of society rule. Both societies strive for stability and inevitably a utopian society. Orwell and Huxley explore the possibilities of achieving this, and warn of the dangers and impracticability of attempting such a society where individualism is
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presents Bernard out of context of his society, he is seen as an outsider. To add emphasis to Bernard's individuality, Huxley describes to us Lenina as a contrast, to point out all of Bernard's faults as a member of society. Lenina demonstrates to us the ideal, a perfect product from the blah blah process that enables the World Controllers gaining a hold over society and enabling stability and achieving their love and loyalty towards them.