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Group no.2  FATIMA GULABIDA PARVEEN SITARA AYAZMARYAM TARIQ
BRAVE NEW WORLD AS  MODERNIST TEXT
Brave New World asa comparison of old   and new world
Five classes in  novel; alpha Beta Gamma delta epsilons
people are merely“drops of SocialRiver” or cell ofsocial being
everyone works for everyone else, we can’t do   without anyone, evenepsilons are useful, and wecouldn’t do without epsilons
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTSid is dominantsuper ego is highlightedthrough the character of Johninferiority complex (Linda)
The instinct of jealousy       (Bernard)oedipal complex(john)
feminism      All female nursesThree Ladies tempt Bernard and           Helmholtz            lenina
‡ Shakespeare(Othello, Romeo  and Juliet )‡ philosophies of Newman and  Bradley‡ Holy Bible with Old and New  Testaments a...
.Godless universe
social, spiritual and personal             collapse       otamed animalsostraight from horse’s mouth    ocuriosity of anim...
Power of scientificknowledge
Cerebral game playingEvery human being in thenew world is conditioned to fit societys needs- tolike the work he will have ...
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  1. 1. Group no.2 FATIMA GULABIDA PARVEEN SITARA AYAZMARYAM TARIQ
  2. 2. BRAVE NEW WORLD AS MODERNIST TEXT
  3. 3. Brave New World asa comparison of old and new world
  4. 4. Five classes in novel; alpha Beta Gamma delta epsilons
  5. 5. people are merely“drops of SocialRiver” or cell ofsocial being
  6. 6. everyone works for everyone else, we can’t do without anyone, evenepsilons are useful, and wecouldn’t do without epsilons
  7. 7. PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTSid is dominantsuper ego is highlightedthrough the character of Johninferiority complex (Linda)
  8. 8. The instinct of jealousy (Bernard)oedipal complex(john)
  9. 9. feminism All female nursesThree Ladies tempt Bernard and Helmholtz lenina
  10. 10. ‡ Shakespeare(Othello, Romeo and Juliet )‡ philosophies of Newman and Bradley‡ Holy Bible with Old and New Testaments and Imitation of Christ
  11. 11. .Godless universe
  12. 12. social, spiritual and personal collapse otamed animalsostraight from horse’s mouth ocuriosity of animals ohowling and swarming
  13. 13. Power of scientificknowledge
  14. 14. Cerebral game playingEvery human being in thenew world is conditioned to fit societys needs- tolike the work he will have to do
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