In Brave New World

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In  Brave New World , Huxley's plan to create a futuristic world and then to introduce John the Savage  as an outsider demanded another kind of unconventional structure. To achieve his effect, Huxley  divides the novel roughly into thirds. The first part of the novel establishes the dystopia — the  London of the future — with enough detail and background to encourage the reader to accept the  world as a given. The second part plunges the reader into a thoroughly different world — the Savage  Reservation — to experience the shock of the London characters who are traveling there as tourists.  The central part also introduces the real main character, John, in the only world he has known since  birth. The third part unfolds the events of John's life in London and his challenge of the dystopia. Huxley's structuring of 
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