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Brave New World
Brave New World - Chapter Three In chapter three, there is a sequence that consists of four conversations going on at once, in random order. This can become very confusing to thereader who is attempting to follow the plot of the story. To create a better understanding of this sequence of events, we have split them into theirfour separate groups and placed them in order. We will also act them out to further understanding. THE CONVERSATION BETWEEN HIS FORDSHIP MUSTAPHA MOND AND THE STUDENTS MM= Mustapha MondDHC= D.H.C MM- Take Ectogenesis. Pfitzner and Kawaguchi had got the whole technique worked out. But would the Governments look at it? No. There wassomething called Christianity. Women were forced to go on being viviparous. Sleep teaching was actually prohibited in England. There wassomething called liberalism. Parliament, if you know what that was, passed a law against it. The records survive. Speeches about liberty of thesubject. Liberty to be inefficient and miserable. Freedom to be a round peg in a square hole. Or the caste system. Constantly proposed, constantlyrejected. There was something called democracy. As though men were more than physico-chemically equal. Then the Nine Years War began inAF 141. Phosgene, chloropicrin, ethyl iodoacetate, diphenylcyanarsine, trichlormethyl, chloroformate, dichlorethyl sulphide. Not to mentionhydrocyanic acid. The noise of fourteen thousand aeroplanes advancing in open order. But in Kurfurstendamm and the Eighth Arrondissement,the explosion of the antrax bombs is hardly louder than the popping of a paper bag. Ch8C6H2(nO2)8=Hg(CNO)2= well what? An enormoushole in the ground, a pile of masonry, some bits of flesh and mucus, a foot, with the boot still on it, flying through the air and landing, flop, inthe middle of the geraniums-the scarlet ones; such a splendid show that summer! The Russian technique for infecting water supplies wasparticularly ingenious. The Nine Years War, the great Economic Collapse. There was a choice between World Control and deconstruction. Liberalism, of course, was dead of anthrax, but all the same you couldn t do things by force. Government s affair of sitting, nothitting. You rule with the brains and the buttocks, never with the fists. For example, there was conscription of consumption. Every man, woman ,and child compelled to consume so much a year. In the interests of industry. The sole result....Consciencetious objectiotion on an enormousscale. Anything not to consume. Back to nature. Back to culture. Yes, actually to culture. You can t consume much if you sit still and readbooks. Eight hundred Simple Lifers were mowed down by machine guns at Golders Green. Then came the famous British Museum Massacre.Two Thousand culture fans gassed with dichlorethyl sulphide. In the end, the controllers realized that force was no good. The slower butinfinitely surer methods of ectogenesus, neo-Pavlovian conditioning and hypnopaedia the discoveries of Pfitzner and Kawaguchi were at lastmade use of. An intensive propaganda against viviparous reproduction accompanied by a campaign against the past; by closing of museums, theblowing up of historical monuments( luckily most of them had already been destroyed during the Nine years War); by the suppression of allbooks published before AF 150. There were some things called pyramids for example. And a man called Shakespeare. You ve heard of him ofcourse. Such are the advantages of a real scientific education. All the advantages of Christianity and alcohol; none of their defects. Take aholiday from reality whenever you like, and come back without so much as a headache or a mythology. Stability was practically assured. It onlyremained to conquer old age. Gonadal hormones, transfusion of young blood, magnesium salts. All the physiological stigmata of old age havebeen abolished. And along with them of course all the old man s mental peculiarities. Characters remain constant throughout a whole lifetime.Work, play- at sixty our powers and tastes are what they were at seventeen. Old men in the da old days used to renounce, retire, take to religion ,spend their time reading, thinking--thinking!Now- such is progress- the old men work, the old men copulate, the old men have no time, no leisure for pleasure, not a moment to it down andthink--or if ever by some unlucky chance such a crevice of time should yawn in the solid substance of their distractions, there is always a soma,delicious soma, half a gramme for half a holiday a gramme for a week-end, two grammes for a trip to the gorgeous East, three for a dark eternityon the moon; returning whence they find themselves on the other side of the crevice, safe on the solid ground of daily labour and distraction,scampering from feely to feely, from girl to pneumatic girl, from electromagnetic golf course to....

DHC- Go away little girl, go away little boy! Can t you see his fordship s busy? Go and do your erotic play somewhere else. MM- Suffer little children.CONVERSATION BETWEEN FANNY AND LENINAF= FannyL=LeninaF- He s so ugly!L-But I rather like his looks.F- And then so small (grimaces)L-I think that s rather sweet, one feels like one would like to pet him. You know, like a cat.F-(shocked) They say somebody made a mistake when he was still in the bottle-thought he was a Gamma and put alcohol in his blood-surrogate.That s why he s so stunted.L- What nonsense!L- Well all I can say is that I m going to accept his invitation. Not even if it were true about the alcohol in his blood-surrogate which i simplydon t believe. Because, I DO want to see the Savage reservation.F- You re hopeless Lenina, I give you up.( they turn back to back and continue changing in silence)L- There I m ready, lets make peace Fanny darling.F- One of these days, you ll get in trouble.L- Do I look all right?( her jacket was made of bottle green acetate cloth with green viscose fur at the cuffs and collar, green corduroy shorts andwhite viscose-woolen stockings turned down below the knee, a green and white jockey cap shaded Lenina s eyes and her shoes were bright greenand highly polished. And round her waist she wore a silver mounted green morocco- surrogate cartridge belt, building with contraceptives forLenina was not a freemartin.F- Perfect! And what a perfectly sweet Malthusian belt! I simply must get one like it. My old black patent bandolier is an absolute disgrace! I vehad it nearly 3 months. L- Henry Foster gave it to me, It s real morocco surrogate.F- Do ask Henry where he got it. CONVERSATION BETWEEN BERNARD, HENRY FOSTER, AND THE ASSISTANT PREDESTINATOR B= BernardH= Henry FosterA= Assistant PredestinatorH- But my dear chap, you re welcome, I assure you. You re welcome.( pats Assistamt Predestinator on the shoulder) Everyone belongs toeveryone else after all.B- ( to himself) One hundred repetitions three nights a week for four years, sixty-two thousand four hundred repetitions make one truth. Idiots! Ihate them, but they are two, they are large, they are strong.A- Fanny Crowne s a nice girl too.H- But not nearly as pneumatic as Lenina, oh not nearly.B- ( to himself) Ford how I hate them! They think of these girls as meat! Like so much meat! And what makes it worse, is that she thinks ofherself as meat.A- (points at Bernard) He looks glum.H- Glum Marx, glum. (claps Bernard on the shoulder) What you need is a gramme of soma.B- ( to himself) Ford I should like to kill him! (out loud)- No thanks youH- Take it! Take it!A- One cubic centimetre cures ten gloomy sentiments.B- Damn You! Damn You!H- Hoity Toity!A- And do remember that a gramme is better than a damn!B-( to himself) Idiots! Swine! ( walks away) HYPNOPAEDIC VOICEV= Voice In the nurseries, the Elementary Class Consciousness lesson was over, the voices were adapting future demand to future industrial supply. V= I do love flying, I do love flying, I do love flying, I do love having new clothes I do love......But old clothes are beastly, we always throw away old clothes. Ending is better than mending, ending is better than mending, ending is betterthan mending. The more stitches the less riches, the more stitches.... I do love flying. I do love flying. Ending is better than mending, ending isbetter than mending. The less stitches the more riches, the less stitches the more riches. Ending is better than mending, ending is better thanmending love new clothes, I love new clothes. Chapter Three QUESTIONS Jessica Schlegel, Joenna Wolfe, Michael McDougleMutiple Choice 1.) Which girl does the director talk to at the beginning of the chapter?A. Lenina B. Polly C. Fanny D. Linda 2.) When did the Nine Year s War begin?A. 1932 B. A.F 268 C. A.F 141 D. 2000 B.C 3.) How old must a woman be before having her first pregnancy substitute?A. 21 B.13 C. 35 D. 28 4.) Everyone belongs to......A. The Father B. The Mother C. Everybody else D. Our Ford True & False 1) Fanny thinks it is a good idea that Lenina is seeing only Henry.FALSE 2) Hypnopaedic sleep teaching is frowned upon by the D.H.CFALSE 3) Young children are expected to engage in erotic playTRUE 4) The controller, his fordship, was Mustapha Mond.TRUEShort Answer Q: Explain the controller s stand on History.A: The controller agrees with our ford s inspired saying: History is bunk Matching 1)Likes Bernard A) Fanny2) Offers Bernard Soma B) Lenina3) The controller, his fordship. C) Henry Foster4) Thinks Lenina should be more promiscuous D) Mustapha Mond Answers- 1-B, 2-C, 3-D, 4-A
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