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Analysis and Critique of Brave New World The novel opens at the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre, in the years A.F., or following Ford. Ford is your God-surrogate , a corruption of this title Freud, the controversial psychosexual psychologist. The Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning is leading a tour group of young pupils around a lab. He describes the scientific process where human beings are fertilized and custom-made, and demonstrates them the Social Predestination area, where workers create the social castes. They pass on the conditioning rooms, where they fortify the caste divisions by sleep-teaching. Lenina affirms with Bernard that she'd like to move on a visit with him to The Savage Reservation. Following her departure, there is more bitterness on the part of Bernard concerning his own inferiority. Lenina and Henry eat dinner, go on a soma-holiday, and watch a concert of artificial music. Afterwards, they have sex. The next day is Bernard Marx's Solidarity Service Day. A group of men and women take and sing soma together, and it finally turns to an "orgy-porgy". Lenina and Bernard proceed on a date. He tries to show her the sea, and to express some of his subversive perspectives for her, however she yells. She wants him to take soma, and they return to his rooms and also have intercourse. The next day, if Lenina asks him if he had fun, Bernard is pained at how she seems to hamper himself. He also Lenina go to The Savage Reservation. Lenina shudders at the unclean problems. They meet John, The Savage. He tells his story about Bernard, and it ends up that he is the illegitimate son of their Manager and Linda, a girl who disappeared twenty-five decades back. John tells Bernard his own life story. He also fe...