"Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.
In society, people wish and pray that emotions and the pain they cause could be erased from human experience. People don't like being responsible for their emotions. However, in Brave New World, Huxley distorts the concept of commitment to prove that all emotions are necessary to being.
Without commitment to religion, people become shallow and dehumanized. In Brave New World, Bernard doesn't participate in the Solidarity Service because he wants the change that comes with commitment. Instead, he participates because he "feels" that it's "time for him to do something." Bernard is parti…
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