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LiteratureIn Brave New World, Why is talking about the “remote past” (probably anything more than a year...
Talking about the "remote past" is taboo because the World State wants people living in an eternal present with no nostalgic longing for the past or curiosity about trying a traditional way of living. To the thinking of the...
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LiteratureIn Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, What is the function of the Solidarity Service? Discuss the...
The Solidarity Service functions as a religious ritual in the World State. Its purpose is to reinforce the social conditioning that everyone belongs to everyone else, as well as to provide emotional catharsis. In essence, the...
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LiteratureIn " A Streetcar Named Desire" discuss the frustration and disillusionment of each character,...
In A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams presents Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski as polar opposites in many regards. However, both characters are disappointed with the current state of their lives. Blanche seems...
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