Wants to use images of John in his new film, The Savage of Surrey. John's mother, and a Beta. Answer these Brave New World comprehension questions and find out. What does this do for the novel? Match the person on the left with his description on the right. The Predestinators estimate the need for various members of each caste, and the Hatchery produces human beings to match their mathematical figures. A A society of Alphas is unworkable. George Edzel - Another Alpha who likes Lenina.
It is an open question whether this state of affairs is part of the satirical target of Brave New World or whether it simply reflects the culture in which the novel was written. How does Lenina react to observing the Savage religious ritual? The term for birth in the Hatchery is A Social predestination B Uncorking C Hatching D Decanting 3. Henry Foster - An Alpha who works at the Centre. Betas: Mulberry colored; these persons are somewhat intelligent and often work as mechanics. Extra Credit Opportunity: Find seven Shakespeare quotes in Brave New World, write them out, and tell which play that it comes from, which character in the play said it,what it means, and what chapter of our book it is in. The World State infantilizes its citizens by allowing them instant gratification and denying them responsibility. You cut and pasted this quiz directly from SparkNotes.
The climax of the novel is here when John starts the riot. His story now takes over the plot of the book. I don't think you should quote your source. A group of Indians found her and brought her to their village. Some examples of professions can be World Controllers Alpha double Plus , Directors of Hatcheries, and Wardens.
C and his Beta-Minus date when he visited the New Mexico Reservation 25 years ago? A his mental capabilities are not what they should be. Satire Some of Aldous Huxley's quotes: Facts do not cease to exist just because they are ignored. Extra Credit Opportunity - For a double quiz grade, write about three fourths of a Google Doc Arial - 11 pt font page about how the theme of Brave New World and The Lego Movie are similar. What did Mustapha Mond do that almost got him exiled to an island? A Lenina refuses to go to the Reservation with him. B he spent his childhood in the Reservation. That, however, is not enough to keep citizens constantly happy, so the government distributes soma for those times when pain and stress arrive. There is a possible riemann-surface to the right.
Most of the women of the World State were sterile and were known as A freemartins B free spirits C free agents D free lovers 40. What is one aim of the state in Brave New World? He is too smart and too able. Lenina Crowne's friend they have the same last name because only about ten thousand last names are in use in the World State. Which room is located on the ground floor? An utopia can be either idealistic or practical, but the term has acquired a strong connotation of optimistic, idealistic, impossible perfection. Ultimately, her values are those of a conventional World State citizen: her primary means of relating to other people is through sex, and she is unable to share Bernard's disaffection or to comprehend John's alternate system of values. Reporter - Works for The Hourly Radio and hunts down John while he is in hiding.
Chapter 3 is transition from how this world works to the story. This is the big one. B He died on the day President Kennedy was assassinated. Miranda falls in love with him and upon learning that there are more people where he came from and that she can also go to see them, she says, O, wonder! Here is an old test I gave back in 2005. Bernard is deported because of his desire for A individuality B Lenina C soma D the Contgroller's job 38. A Elementary Sex and Elementary Class Consciousness B Elementary Fordism and Elementary Class Consciousness C Elementary Sex and Elementary Caste Structure D Elementary Sex and Elementary Soma After his return from the Reservation with the Savage, what event leads to Bernard's fall from social grace? D It is against the law. What does Bernard find so disturbing about Morgana Rothschild? A Milton's Paradise Lost B The Chemical and Bacteriological Conditioning of the Embryo C The Complete Works of William Shakespeare D Orwell's 1984 14.
In most dystopian fiction, a corrupt government creates or sustains the poor quality of life, often conditioning the masses to believe the society is proper and just, even perfect. If you have questions or concerns, e-mail or call me! A Ford B Jesus C a dog D soma 31. In The Tempest, Prospero and his daughter are exiled to an island inhabited by one other individual, Caliban. Question: How does the World State keep its citizens happy? He thought it all smutty and absurd. A She keeps seeing the same man for a long time. D None of the above.
What exactly does this mean for him? In the social realm the relations between the sexes are liberalized, but in the realms of work and politics the power remains squarely in the hands of men. C A gramme is better than a damn. How does this dilemma play out in the novel? The Malpais reservation where John and Linda lived was located in A Arizona B New Mexico C Mexico D Texas 39. If so, does that seem intentional, and what effect does it have? Brave New World Study Questions How well do you understand Brave New World? The people in positions of power—in propaganda Bernard, Helmholtz , in the Hatchery the Director, Henry , and in the government Mustapha Mond —are all male. The Malthusian belt, containing regulation contraceptives, is another example of the burden placed on women to avoid pregnancies. Things of Interest: Linda is watching the South American Riemann-Surface Tennis Championship. Why was Huxley not granted U.
At the end of the book, A John leaves the World State to live in the Reservation. Create a Google Doc, pick any five covers and explain what part of this book they show, how it symbolizes and represents the book, and your opinion of the effectiveness of the cover. Arch-Community-Songster of Canterbury - A big celebrity. John believes that people in the World State have made some sacrifices for their kind of happiness. Lenina, for example, considers herself a commodity to be shared with all. Along with the loss of individuality comes the loss of self worth.
Maybe this world is another planet's hell. B It is encouraged by the state. Things of Interest: Linda talks about trying to teach the savages basic nursery rhymes and repeats this one: Streptocock-Gee to Banbury-T, to see a fine bathroom and W. B John tries to convince a crowd of Deltas not to take soma. What is the plan for her? What is the purpose of the Service? Answer these Brave New World comprehension questions and find out.