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-CHAPTER 1-10- CHAPTER I Summary - central London Hatchery and conditioning centre, 632 AF. -the Director, Group of students, Mr. Henry Foster, Ms. Lenina Crowne, employees at the plant -tour of factory (produces human beings, modifies them genetically, conditions them for pre-destined roles in society) 5 different castes: Alphas, Betas, Gammas, Deltas, Epsilons = facilitate stability no dividing dividing:96 identical embrios = unique more more needed analysis. -scientific discovery: achievement (human cloning, rapid maturation, prenatal condition) -WS: world of anonymous, denumanized people, dominated by a government made powerful boy abusing technology →→technologically-based society = UTOPIA? -intimate numan activities: test tube-process (no love, family, Dirth). - Henn's : passion for statistics, Lenina's smile = chapter's only signs of numan emotion - themes: industrialized, glocal social engineering, oppressive thought control, government control over identity Alphas intellectual political leaders Betas -emphasizes the unnatural emotionally detached and engineered environment of fordlian ws -nign price of social stability - nobody flinches when babies are tortured + hypnopaedia infuses developing minds with prejudice and hierachy - the cost: empathy, free thoughts, family, complex human relationships - hypnopaedia: less violent than electro shock conditioning outs as effective →→shows power of words to instill prejudice and aversion qualified specialists Gammas skilled workers assembly lines: fundational role of. Henry Ford (inventor of assembly line + mass production) - motto: " community, identity, stability": programmed to make sense to everyone CHAPTER...

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2 Summary -tour continues: Director explains physical & psychological techniques of social conditioning - Delta babies (factory work): conditioning rooms: roses & books shrills, Sirens, alarms->start to scream & mild electro shocks -conditioned to develop instinctiv hatered of nature $ books Dettas workers Epsilon S slave-like unskilled workforce - Director: conditioning maximises consumption: babies brainwashed to want to travel to countryside -psychological methods of conditioning: sleep teaching/hypnopaedia:"greatest moralizing and socializing force of all time" brains conditioned before they can talk: believe morals of WS: speaker under pillow analysis - Bernard: non-conformist: shorter than most Alphos, not fully conditioned about woman & fordian men Feelies: movies with 4D experiences (smell + touch). -banned words produce aversion to numan reproduction and family (words conceming mothers/pregnancy: shockingly doscene) →→→students blush with shame when director talks about childbirth (mother + father) conditioned to be ashamed of natural birth and parenthood CHAPTER 3 summary -tour: moves outside: sexual turbiness: children erotic play - Mustapha Mond: controller who takes over history lesson about sexual play among children Dhe knows about pre-fordian past : explains after a years of war: ws leaders recognized stability = primal and ultimate need -P offered consumer-driven happiness, end to worry, abolition of old age - conversation between Lenina and Fanny: Bernard Mary, conversation revolves around state sanction sexual practices analusis -account of historical events that lead to ws as alternative to war, pain, chaos -utopian existence, exchange of freedom for stability + pleasure Hond: quotes Ford uttistory is bunk" graphic account of war justifies modern fordian world of sexuaul and consumer pleasure - students: disgusted by descriptions of viviparous life of romancep, arenthood leave to pain -convinced that science-based lessons more advantagous than forbidden books and knowledge of past -D violent Passion surrogates, feelies, Soma: replicate numan experience, satisfaction? CHAPTER 4 (part one) Summary - elevator: Lenina accepts Bernard's invitation to visit Reservation - Bemard: astonished: in front of all people, Lenina: confused by his reaction - Epsilon: liftman: announces reached roof Lenina: hurries to meet. Henn Foster to play obstacle Golf. Benito Hoover wonders why Bernard unhappy, realises because he's so short -Lening is glad she's not an Epsilon. analysis - - -elevator man's raptured voice indicates infrequently gets outside - Lenina : content in ws vs. Bernard & Helmot?: discontent • Lenina slept with every man in elevator : indicator of her civilized $decent behaviour - hints: social conditioning not so total: biase against Gammas reveals Beta conditioning. attraction to Bemard Marx (social outcast) reveals independent thinking ? -Bernard: anxious, angry, small / belittled, nates how men objectify women/Lenina the likes her) CHAPTER 4 (Part two) Summary -Bernard:angry with Lenina + life in general -Lenina: friendly in public but then runs to meet Henri Drejects suggestion to take soma, dislikes numbing his feelings, knows about conditioning -same neight as gamma male = people in lower-castes ridicule nim, like the Alphas and Betas? • only friend: discontent: Helmholtz Watson (propaganda writer, professor, physically, ideal Alpha male, more intelligent than most), -go to Bernard's place: talk, air individual thoughts analysis -two discontents: innermost thoughts about themselves and people they encounter -Bernard's lack of alpha male physique, watson's perfect one: friendsnip unexpected, share knowledge that individuals - Bernard: insecure, physical defect, mistrusts everyone, paroid, independent thinking: allenates himself from others. -Dirony of last name Marx: Karl Marx: political philosopher who supported working class and abolishment of private property -Helmholtz: isolated, seeks deeper meaning, good writer, ourstanding →2 men represent novel's theme of alienation from society, different paths, neither of them believes conditioning fortifies the motto, feel apart from those who follow /adhere state's propaganda CHAPTER 5 (Part one) Summary -after obstacle Golf & back to apartment -pass-boy cremation factory: all chemically equal, burnt bodies - fertilizer -Lenina: remembers conditioning -at apartment: eat, go to westminster Abbey, take several doses of soma, dance until show ends -back at apartment. Lenina rembers to take contraceptive drugs, used to after years of hypnopaedic drills analysis -sarcasm: equality reduced to body (not even equally strong, only same organs) •conversation shows hypnopaedic discrimmination -don't get sod when people die: being doctinated (without permission): good perspective) -women reduced to need /sexual attraction. - Lenina taking contraceptive drugs even in hypnotic state: hard training, repeating processes CHAPTER 5 CPart two) Summary -Bernard: 2x monthly solidary service Cx religious service) Presiden +: Tsign across stomach, music starts, second T sign -attendees: pass on soma tablets, cup full of soma laced strawberry ice cream, drink to Greater Being, chant along with recorded voice: On Pood - they jump up, shouting they were him, ritual escalates, devolves into mass sex analysis - Bernard feels more excluded than ever before -parallel between sex and religion, from cabaret to mass sex solidarity service -Bernard, doesn't want to be late, criticized for well-known nate of group rituals takes soma even thoug hates false euphoria of soma, pretends to have same experiences -religious revival: people deify. Henry Ford Clouildings named after him, use name for exclamations like "on Ford" -passing cup of ice cream: recalls communion right - sign of T: honor of first T-car, imitation of christians making sign of cross - replacing spiritual joy with drug-induced sex and artifical euphoria. -state orchestrates rituals meetings to release passion and to build unity (Bernard does not experience benefit of service) CHAPTER 6 (part one) Summary -Lenina wonders if she should travel with Bernard (he's odd: dislikes swimming, playing Golf bc not private enough, doesn't want sex) - return of date to Amsterdam: stops over ocean, observe power of nature, which she nated) · Bernard: conditioning = prison, fight about reality & soma, he wishes they acted like adults, waiting for true passion analysis -juxtaposes two characters: cenina = obedient to WS's encouragement of sensual pleasure, Bernard: resents being programmed, express emotions, doesn't fear pain of deep human relationships - Lenina's conditioned shallowness blocks her from understanding what he means when he asks "wouldn't you like to be free to be happy in your own way?" CHAPTER 6 (part two). - Bernard: director's office to get initials on reservation permit -director: distaste for Bernard, destination: speaks about past, recalls own visit, took beta" girl, got lost, wasn't found, feels sad -Drealizes mistake: talks about forbidden emotions - blames Bernard, threatens him to send him to Iceland -Bernard: not upset but embadened, lies to Helmholtz: brags that told director to analysis o go to past. -Bernard: no empathy for the story of love and loss, instead thinks of his own job security -D doesn't stop director, cringes at scandal, realizes use it against him •director reminds him of superior alpna conditioning and duty to be infantile against inclination verbal + behavioural irony emphasizes ridicule of a system that promotes adult behaviour in certain areas, demands childish adherence to training in others Helmholtz understands system better than Bernard (his boastful lie upsets him) realizes Bernard's show of emotions and independence will never be tolerated →→ when factors work in conjunction with alpha intelligence they make him threat to WS's power CHAPTER 6 (part three) Summary -Bernard+ cenina go to New Mexico, spend night in luxury hotel - Lening: happy when see all gifts -meet with warden of reservation: sign permit, leers at Lenina, no escape, birth still exists -Dlening swallows soma to relax - bad news: director intends to exile Bernard to Iceland (Helmholtz) Bernard swallows 4 soma tablets, later passes out -electrified fences: keep savages in and kill wild animals, analysis -Bernard thought: director's incident offered him ammunition, realizes his smogness hid director's power -power of society's effects on indivuals is revealed in pilots derisive comment regarding bones near the fence around reservation Dnot only speaking about animals, but also about the humans confined to the reservation -warden's presence and electrified fence and gas bomios indicate that Malpais = prison not just a home for Native Americans CHAPTER 7 summary - indian guy gives tour, Lening hates the village everything queer (dustismell, animals, dirty people) ·ageing, indecency of breastfeeding, wants to escape reality with soma (forgot it in hotel) - Bernard comments that the culture has lasted for thousand of years, so they must be used to it. - • rythm of drums: similar to synthetic music of solidarity services. -reservation ceremony: shocks her:masked shaymin whips young man, until he collapses) -D go to house: meet John the Savage (handsome, blonde, white, dressed like Indian, quotes Shakespeare) → Lenina likes him but is repelled by use of word "mother" to refer to old, overweight, dirty, white woman - Linda: director's presumed dead girlfriend, director: John's father, she hates reservation tobsenity of monogany (not conditioned for one) analysis -introduction to geography of Malpais reservation -racism: dramatically oppose space to London -Lenina: Linda-potential double. -showcases caged, uncivilized world, people experience joys and horrors of mortality, emotions: not conditioned people permitted to make choices instead of living programmed life, yet: ceremony similar to solidarity services Dis there much differece? result: community through blood sacrifice vs community through mass sex -Linda: pole of civilized world is strong, power of consumerism hasn't faded in her, adores Lenina (more stitones, less riches) CHAPTER 8 Summary - John tells Bernard his story: he feels like they come from different planers • earliest memory: in bed with Linda, lover locks him out, indian woman beat Linda for promis cuity, she turned to Moskow for soma-like drug - happiest · when told stories about "other place", learned to read with shakespeare, inspired to kill Popay -John prohibited from participating in indian ceremonies - Dalone in woods: self torture=vision of time and death and god -Bernard: asks John and Linda to come back to London, John: excited, quotes Shakespeare: "On brave new world".... analysis -John's story: parallels drown between fordian London and Reservation culture, John's and Bernard's isolation -John's story: own conditioning, hating sexual promiscuity = loss of mother and pain of being an outcast. →→Dromanticized view of world through Shakespeare's plays (unique in Halpais) - his idividuality=source of isolation and pain, banned from community left to develop on his own, John absorbs shakespeare in a way that echos hypnopaedic conditioning → all beings are vulnerable to conditioning - both feel terribly alone, Johns awe of a "brave new world" irony his sense of fordian London as a dystopia will match our our CHAPTER 9 Summary -Lenina: Soma holiday, Bernard: hatches plan to convince Mustapha Mond to take Linda & yohn back to London (not mention director) -picks up paperwork, air of self-importance implies relationship with Mond that doesn't exist -John visits rest house, fears they returned to London without him, goes through Lenina's clothes, sits next to her bed, quotes Shakes- peare's Romeo and Juliet, wants to take off her clothes but stops ashamed analysis -juxtaposes opportunistic Bemard with idealistic John - plans revenge over director, B. feels triumphant and superior, discontent switches to enjoyment (treated with importance) →John: idealizes and romanticizes Lenina, unaware that in ws: Everyone belongs to everyone else. P hard lessons ahead for John CHAPTER 10 summary -director seeks to humilitate Bernard pubicly in fertilizer Room, Bernard brings in Linda: he made her mother, John enters calls director father, hysterical laughter, director: humilitated by carreer-ending revelation, rushes away analysis -tone: cold, callous, imagery: 4 thousand synchronized clocks and poisoned epsilon fetuses: inhospitable place -reversal of fortone that changes Bernard -director calling Bernard betrayer and enemy of state, warning to all workers: non-conformity to societa ideals: inexusable -brilliantly: Bernard answers rhetoric by exposing director's nonconformity -Hustapha Mond: "Nothing is more disgusting or obscene than young produced from a living body." director's negligent behaviour fathering a child undercuts his authority to punish Bernard - former couple: 2 causes of the world's miseries before test-tubes eliminated parents and families

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-CHAPTER 1-10- CHAPTER I Summary - central London Hatchery and conditioning centre, 632 AF. -the Director, Group of students, Mr. Henry Foster, Ms. Lenina Crowne, employees at the plant -tour of factory (produces human beings, modifies them genetically, conditions them for pre-destined roles in society) 5 different castes: Alphas, Betas, Gammas, Deltas, Epsilons = facilitate stability no dividing dividing:96 identical embrios = unique more more needed analysis. -scientific discovery: achievement (human cloning, rapid maturation, prenatal condition) -WS: world of anonymous, denumanized people, dominated by a government made powerful boy abusing technology →→technologically-based society = UTOPIA? -intimate numan activities: test tube-process (no love, family, Dirth). - Henn's : passion for statistics, Lenina's smile = chapter's only signs of numan emotion - themes: industrialized, glocal social engineering, oppressive thought control, government control over identity Alphas intellectual political leaders Betas -emphasizes the unnatural emotionally detached and engineered environment of fordlian ws -nign price of social stability - nobody flinches when babies are tortured + hypnopaedia infuses developing minds with prejudice and hierachy - the cost: empathy, free thoughts, family, complex human relationships - hypnopaedia: less violent than electro shock conditioning outs as effective →→shows power of words to instill prejudice and aversion qualified specialists Gammas skilled workers assembly lines: fundational role of. Henry Ford (inventor of assembly line + mass production) - motto: " community, identity, stability": programmed to make sense to everyone CHAPTER...

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2 Summary -tour continues: Director explains physical & psychological techniques of social conditioning - Delta babies (factory work): conditioning rooms: roses & books shrills, Sirens, alarms->start to scream & mild electro shocks -conditioned to develop instinctiv hatered of nature $ books Dettas workers Epsilon S slave-like unskilled workforce - Director: conditioning maximises consumption: babies brainwashed to want to travel to countryside -psychological methods of conditioning: sleep teaching/hypnopaedia:"greatest moralizing and socializing force of all time" brains conditioned before they can talk: believe morals of WS: speaker under pillow analysis - Bernard: non-conformist: shorter than most Alphos, not fully conditioned about woman & fordian men Feelies: movies with 4D experiences (smell + touch). -banned words produce aversion to numan reproduction and family (words conceming mothers/pregnancy: shockingly doscene) →→→students blush with shame when director talks about childbirth (mother + father) conditioned to be ashamed of natural birth and parenthood CHAPTER 3 summary -tour: moves outside: sexual turbiness: children erotic play - Mustapha Mond: controller who takes over history lesson about sexual play among children Dhe knows about pre-fordian past : explains after a years of war: ws leaders recognized stability = primal and ultimate need -P offered consumer-driven happiness, end to worry, abolition of old age - conversation between Lenina and Fanny: Bernard Mary, conversation revolves around state sanction sexual practices analusis -account of historical events that lead to ws as alternative to war, pain, chaos -utopian existence, exchange of freedom for stability + pleasure Hond: quotes Ford uttistory is bunk" graphic account of war justifies modern fordian world of sexuaul and consumer pleasure - students: disgusted by descriptions of viviparous life of romancep, arenthood leave to pain -convinced that science-based lessons more advantagous than forbidden books and knowledge of past -D violent Passion surrogates, feelies, Soma: replicate numan experience, satisfaction? CHAPTER 4 (part one) Summary - elevator: Lenina accepts Bernard's invitation to visit Reservation - Bemard: astonished: in front of all people, Lenina: confused by his reaction - Epsilon: liftman: announces reached roof Lenina: hurries to meet. Henn Foster to play obstacle Golf. Benito Hoover wonders why Bernard unhappy, realises because he's so short -Lening is glad she's not an Epsilon. analysis - - -elevator man's raptured voice indicates infrequently gets outside - Lenina : content in ws vs. Bernard & Helmot?: discontent • Lenina slept with every man in elevator : indicator of her civilized $decent behaviour - hints: social conditioning not so total: biase against Gammas reveals Beta conditioning. attraction to Bemard Marx (social outcast) reveals independent thinking ? -Bernard: anxious, angry, small / belittled, nates how men objectify women/Lenina the likes her) CHAPTER 4 (Part two) Summary -Bernard:angry with Lenina + life in general -Lenina: friendly in public but then runs to meet Henri Drejects suggestion to take soma, dislikes numbing his feelings, knows about conditioning -same neight as gamma male = people in lower-castes ridicule nim, like the Alphas and Betas? • only friend: discontent: Helmholtz Watson (propaganda writer, professor, physically, ideal Alpha male, more intelligent than most), -go to Bernard's place: talk, air individual thoughts analysis -two discontents: innermost thoughts about themselves and people they encounter -Bernard's lack of alpha male physique, watson's perfect one: friendsnip unexpected, share knowledge that individuals - Bernard: insecure, physical defect, mistrusts everyone, paroid, independent thinking: allenates himself from others. -Dirony of last name Marx: Karl Marx: political philosopher who supported working class and abolishment of private property -Helmholtz: isolated, seeks deeper meaning, good writer, ourstanding →2 men represent novel's theme of alienation from society, different paths, neither of them believes conditioning fortifies the motto, feel apart from those who follow /adhere state's propaganda CHAPTER 5 (Part one) Summary -after obstacle Golf & back to apartment -pass-boy cremation factory: all chemically equal, burnt bodies - fertilizer -Lenina: remembers conditioning -at apartment: eat, go to westminster Abbey, take several doses of soma, dance until show ends -back at apartment. Lenina rembers to take contraceptive drugs, used to after years of hypnopaedic drills analysis -sarcasm: equality reduced to body (not even equally strong, only same organs) •conversation shows hypnopaedic discrimmination -don't get sod when people die: being doctinated (without permission): good perspective) -women reduced to need /sexual attraction. - Lenina taking contraceptive drugs even in hypnotic state: hard training, repeating processes CHAPTER 5 CPart two) Summary -Bernard: 2x monthly solidary service Cx religious service) Presiden +: Tsign across stomach, music starts, second T sign -attendees: pass on soma tablets, cup full of soma laced strawberry ice cream, drink to Greater Being, chant along with recorded voice: On Pood - they jump up, shouting they were him, ritual escalates, devolves into mass sex analysis - Bernard feels more excluded than ever before -parallel between sex and religion, from cabaret to mass sex solidarity service -Bernard, doesn't want to be late, criticized for well-known nate of group rituals takes soma even thoug hates false euphoria of soma, pretends to have same experiences -religious revival: people deify. Henry Ford Clouildings named after him, use name for exclamations like "on Ford" -passing cup of ice cream: recalls communion right - sign of T: honor of first T-car, imitation of christians making sign of cross - replacing spiritual joy with drug-induced sex and artifical euphoria. -state orchestrates rituals meetings to release passion and to build unity (Bernard does not experience benefit of service) CHAPTER 6 (part one) Summary -Lenina wonders if she should travel with Bernard (he's odd: dislikes swimming, playing Golf bc not private enough, doesn't want sex) - return of date to Amsterdam: stops over ocean, observe power of nature, which she nated) · Bernard: conditioning = prison, fight about reality & soma, he wishes they acted like adults, waiting for true passion analysis -juxtaposes two characters: cenina = obedient to WS's encouragement of sensual pleasure, Bernard: resents being programmed, express emotions, doesn't fear pain of deep human relationships - Lenina's conditioned shallowness blocks her from understanding what he means when he asks "wouldn't you like to be free to be happy in your own way?" CHAPTER 6 (part two). - Bernard: director's office to get initials on reservation permit -director: distaste for Bernard, destination: speaks about past, recalls own visit, took beta" girl, got lost, wasn't found, feels sad -Drealizes mistake: talks about forbidden emotions - blames Bernard, threatens him to send him to Iceland -Bernard: not upset but embadened, lies to Helmholtz: brags that told director to analysis o go to past. -Bernard: no empathy for the story of love and loss, instead thinks of his own job security -D doesn't stop director, cringes at scandal, realizes use it against him •director reminds him of superior alpna conditioning and duty to be infantile against inclination verbal + behavioural irony emphasizes ridicule of a system that promotes adult behaviour in certain areas, demands childish adherence to training in others Helmholtz understands system better than Bernard (his boastful lie upsets him) realizes Bernard's show of emotions and independence will never be tolerated →→ when factors work in conjunction with alpha intelligence they make him threat to WS's power CHAPTER 6 (part three) Summary -Bernard+ cenina go to New Mexico, spend night in luxury hotel - Lening: happy when see all gifts -meet with warden of reservation: sign permit, leers at Lenina, no escape, birth still exists -Dlening swallows soma to relax - bad news: director intends to exile Bernard to Iceland (Helmholtz) Bernard swallows 4 soma tablets, later passes out -electrified fences: keep savages in and kill wild animals, analysis -Bernard thought: director's incident offered him ammunition, realizes his smogness hid director's power -power of society's effects on indivuals is revealed in pilots derisive comment regarding bones near the fence around reservation Dnot only speaking about animals, but also about the humans confined to the reservation -warden's presence and electrified fence and gas bomios indicate that Malpais = prison not just a home for Native Americans CHAPTER 7 summary - indian guy gives tour, Lening hates the village everything queer (dustismell, animals, dirty people) ·ageing, indecency of breastfeeding, wants to escape reality with soma (forgot it in hotel) - Bernard comments that the culture has lasted for thousand of years, so they must be used to it. - • rythm of drums: similar to synthetic music of solidarity services. -reservation ceremony: shocks her:masked shaymin whips young man, until he collapses) -D go to house: meet John the Savage (handsome, blonde, white, dressed like Indian, quotes Shakespeare) → Lenina likes him but is repelled by use of word "mother" to refer to old, overweight, dirty, white woman - Linda: director's presumed dead girlfriend, director: John's father, she hates reservation tobsenity of monogany (not conditioned for one) analysis -introduction to geography of Malpais reservation -racism: dramatically oppose space to London -Lenina: Linda-potential double. -showcases caged, uncivilized world, people experience joys and horrors of mortality, emotions: not conditioned people permitted to make choices instead of living programmed life, yet: ceremony similar to solidarity services Dis there much differece? result: community through blood sacrifice vs community through mass sex -Linda: pole of civilized world is strong, power of consumerism hasn't faded in her, adores Lenina (more stitones, less riches) CHAPTER 8 Summary - John tells Bernard his story: he feels like they come from different planers • earliest memory: in bed with Linda, lover locks him out, indian woman beat Linda for promis cuity, she turned to Moskow for soma-like drug - happiest · when told stories about "other place", learned to read with shakespeare, inspired to kill Popay -John prohibited from participating in indian ceremonies - Dalone in woods: self torture=vision of time and death and god -Bernard: asks John and Linda to come back to London, John: excited, quotes Shakespeare: "On brave new world".... analysis -John's story: parallels drown between fordian London and Reservation culture, John's and Bernard's isolation -John's story: own conditioning, hating sexual promiscuity = loss of mother and pain of being an outcast. →→Dromanticized view of world through Shakespeare's plays (unique in Halpais) - his idividuality=source of isolation and pain, banned from community left to develop on his own, John absorbs shakespeare in a way that echos hypnopaedic conditioning → all beings are vulnerable to conditioning - both feel terribly alone, Johns awe of a "brave new world" irony his sense of fordian London as a dystopia will match our our CHAPTER 9 Summary -Lenina: Soma holiday, Bernard: hatches plan to convince Mustapha Mond to take Linda & yohn back to London (not mention director) -picks up paperwork, air of self-importance implies relationship with Mond that doesn't exist -John visits rest house, fears they returned to London without him, goes through Lenina's clothes, sits next to her bed, quotes Shakes- peare's Romeo and Juliet, wants to take off her clothes but stops ashamed analysis -juxtaposes opportunistic Bemard with idealistic John - plans revenge over director, B. feels triumphant and superior, discontent switches to enjoyment (treated with importance) →John: idealizes and romanticizes Lenina, unaware that in ws: Everyone belongs to everyone else. P hard lessons ahead for John CHAPTER 10 summary -director seeks to humilitate Bernard pubicly in fertilizer Room, Bernard brings in Linda: he made her mother, John enters calls director father, hysterical laughter, director: humilitated by carreer-ending revelation, rushes away analysis -tone: cold, callous, imagery: 4 thousand synchronized clocks and poisoned epsilon fetuses: inhospitable place -reversal of fortone that changes Bernard -director calling Bernard betrayer and enemy of state, warning to all workers: non-conformity to societa ideals: inexusable -brilliantly: Bernard answers rhetoric by exposing director's nonconformity -Hustapha Mond: "Nothing is more disgusting or obscene than young produced from a living body." director's negligent behaviour fathering a child undercuts his authority to punish Bernard - former couple: 2 causes of the world's miseries before test-tubes eliminated parents and families