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I think that Huxley saw how removing connections between people made life empty for the people in his book. I can't even imagine doing such a thing! Rajiv R December 13, at 6: Today, we sell sex to kids starting as young as twelve. Usually good relationships help promote contentment. Elizabeth I of England has been described as brave, intelligent, crafty and diplomatic.
The emotions of this society are communal emotions, ones that everyone of the same class experience because they have all been conditioned the same way. Differences lead to problems, and problems lead to negative consequences. It is respected and revered by the men and women on the reservation , including John who feels left out that he will never be able to experience such an intense and deep commitment. What Plato seems to miss is that without any love, people must try to get by without a part of us as inherent to our being as hunger or thirst. Is this Huxley's Essential Question? While I agree with Mel that the humans in Brave New World are not exempt from emotions, I believe that the real issue is that this utopia has removed any individual emotions. She was made a political prisoner for almost twenty years, but maintained a dignity and leadership that turned the world against the government that kept her captive.