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Synthesis

Brave New World, 1984, The Island
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mia marshall

on 4 May 2010

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Transcript of Synthesis

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Female lead JULIA lenINA Jordan 2 delta rebels against Big Brother
speaks her mind does what she's told
respects status quo follows others
does not form own opinions All are portrayed as
unintelligent, bland
and mainly interested
in sex Brave New World 1984 The Island male lead WINSTON SMITH BERNARD marx LINCOLN 6
ECHO tries to change
society
falls short of his goal complains but makes no effort to change things
makes a full on rebellion
very ambitious
All feel their
society is less
than perfect, don't
agree with the
states decision,
feel people
deserve to know
the truth settIng 1
9
8
4 BRave NEW WORLD futuristic
bright
clean
cheerful dirty
dark
dingy The Island organized
stark
controlled
clean Different areas for different
classes of people Leaders BIg Brother MUSTAPHA MOND Dr.MERRICK intimidating
not present
uses others to do
his work for him personable
intelligent
understanding
reasonable Able to maintain
strict control
on society technology used by leaders
1984 brave new world t
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e

I
s
l
a
n
d telescreens
Newspeak

cloning
advanced
computers
Bovanovsky process
neo-Pavlonian conditioning
hatchery & conditioning
hypnopaedia
cloning Leaders use this technology
to maintain control
and rigour in their society MeMory control the Island people limited to 6 memories 1984 altering the past
un-persons
room 101 brainwashing
liquidating people eliminating literature, religion, language, art, etc.
hypnopaedia brave new world
Government has to limit peoples knowledge in order to remain in control authorIty fIgures wIthIn
socIety brave New World no need (hypnopaedic conditioning) 1984 thought police
spies
youth league
anti-sex league the Island Torture
methods brave new world the Island 1984 excommunication to the Islands Room 101
shocks
fear torture
takeaway personality eliminating people All use intimidation to
keep control of the people interested in money
demands respect
police
belts
Dr. Merrick Though the leaders are in charge, they use other people to do their dirty work MotIvatIon for rebellIon 1984 unsatisfied with Big Brother's regime
wants to know the truth Brave New World isolated
an outcast
mocked by peers
the Island demands more answers
curious about the world All are unsatisfied with the world they live in. They seem to "know too much." 1984 sexual contact is frowned upon
marriages/sex must be done to reproduce, in the name of the Party the Island no sex ever brave new world sex is mandatory
multiple partners required goals for socIety The Island to make money brave new world to create an efficient, loving, controlled society 1984 a strict, military society where Big Brother has total control They all want to remain in control, with no problems There are strict rules when it comes to sex contact between two sexes "I brought you into this world...and I can take you out of it"
-Dr.Merrick "I wanna know answers and I - and I wish there was more"
-Lincold Six Echo "Your worst enemy, he reflected, was your own nervous system. At any moment the tension inside you was liable to translate itself into some visible symptom." -Winston "Don't you see that the whole oint of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we will make thoughtcrime literally impossible, becasue there will be no words in which to express it" -Syme "God in the safe and Ford on the shelves" IF SOCIETY NEVER DEMANDS THE TRUTH,
THEN THE STATE WILL NEVER TELL THE TRUTH
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