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BRAVE NEW WORLD ESSAY By Karna Upadhyay Brave New World not only relates to what life could be, it relates to what life is in this modern day world of ours. Even though we may not have the same technologies as those in the book, the end results of our normal life is often startlingly similar to the mindless drones found in Brave New World . In our society, one is made to believe that it is possible to be anything you want to be and might regard the conditioning and caste system in Brave New World a non-possibility. However, we do have conditioning in our daily lives today, even if it’s not as obvious. Every day we are bombarded with stereotypical images of how a person is supposed to be. Women should be housewives that look like models; men should be good at sports and with their hands. It’s stereotypes like these that often lead to diseases like depression, anorexia, bulimia-- the list goes on and on.
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