Huxleyâ€™s â€œBrave New Worldâ€ a World where technology is ruled and feelings are neglected, and Shakespeare â€œThe Tempestâ€ where revenge and love is basis of the novel.
However by juxtaposing both Huxley â€œBrave New Wordâ€ and Shakespeare â€œThe Tempestâ€ they have many similarities between each other.
Evidently their would be no suitable title than what Huxley uses for his novel â€œBrave New Worldâ€ especially when the structure of this new world is different than what any human has encountered. The opens in the ventral London â€œHatching and Conditioning Centreâ€ and the first chapter reads as there is a list of stunning scientific achievements: human cloning, rapid maturation, and prenatal conditioning. However through Huxley tone and diction this new world is no where near a utopia, but the exact ...view middle of the document...
Ironically the novel came by Shakespeare historical book â€œThe Tempestâ€
John a character not from the world state born â€œdifferentâ€ is interested in world sate being raised only by hearing his mother Lindaâ€™s fabulous stories of the World State, and literature from Shakespeare, which he uses the express his feelings which is sometimes thought of as comical within the World State. However Shakespeare characters in â€œThe Tempestâ€ and World State Characters provides an important parallel to one another. The two texts relate to each other on many levels. In the play, Prospero and his daughter Miranda are exiled to an island because Prosperoâ€™s brother betrayed him in order to gain political control. Just as Bernard betrayed John when fighting the police after the death of his mother, in order to remain accepted in the World State Community. While on the island Prospero and Miranda find a native, Caliban, to whoâ€™s deceased mother the island had belonged. Prospero usurps control of the island and decides to raise Caliban as a slave because he pities him and intends to civilize him, Shakespeare introduces Caliban as a angry, violent figure, who could easily be interpreted as less than human, which bear a resemblance to John by the end of text when he is fed up with the World State. Prospero then uses his magical powers to give revenge to his betrayers, when the ship arrives to the island two of the stewards introduce Caliban to liquor, and liquor becomes Calibanâ€™s â€œGodâ€ just as citizens of the World State feel â€œSoma is Christianity without the tearsâ€. Even though Prospero purports to help Caliban by â€œcivilizingâ€ him, but Caliban resents Prospero for the theft of his home. In â€œThe Tempestâ€ Caliban is considered both a â€œsavageâ€ and a â€œNoble Savage,â€ he is utterly displaced in every community, just as john is on the Reservation and Inside the World States.