In Aldous Huxley's dystopian novel Brave New World, both protagonists are extremely dissatisfied with the majority society and culture that dominates the planet.
Bernard Marx, one of the two protagonists, has always lived as a part of the society in question. Unfortunately, he is an outcast; he is rejected by the other Alphas because in a society where conformity is highly prized, he looks and behaves differently from the rest of his peers. Bernard's dissatisfaction comes from the fact that he desperately wants to belong and feel like he is a part of society, but society rejects him.
John the Savage, the other protagonist, comes to the dominant society from a small minority culture that lives on an isolated reservation. His dissatisfaction with the majority society is a situation of culture clash; John was raised with a certain set of values and principles, most of which are not only rejected by shamed by the society to which Bernard belongs. He finds this society vapid, immoral, and horrible.