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Detailed Analysis of Chapter 10 BNW

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Representation: People and politics, Chapter 10 Brave New World, a detailed and extensive analysis.

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Through the character of Bernard, Huxley presents a character who is considered as the ‘other’ and he is to be exiled in the World State’s, or the DHC’s understanding. The suffering of one person (Bernard) is a better situation than for many people in the World State to be ‘tainted’ by Bernards way of thinking. The World State’s control relies on a collective frame of mind because questioning the government's system and wanting the ‘truth’ of humanity leads to unhappiness. 2. How does Linda act in the hatchery How does the DHC react The spectators How do you think the audience intended to feel about Linda and the DHC Linda is emotional and shows love toward DHC, to wh...
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