In Brave New World, how does Aldous Huxley develop ideas regarding an individual's pursuit of happiness? Aside from the most obvious ( Bernard, John etc). I am writing an essay on this soon and cannot...

In Brave New World, how does Aldous Huxley develop ideas regarding an individual's pursuit of happiness?

Aside from the most obvious ( Bernard, John etc).

I am writing an essay on this soon and cannot really come up with a strong analysis. Any ideas? Pointers?

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Each character in Huxley's novel Brave New World represents a different path that a person could take to achieve happiness within that society. Within each person's brain, a conversation takes place about how to achieve his or her own goals to satisfy the passions of life. Lenina seeks for her happiness through different relationships with men as the government intended her to do. At times, she feels...

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