Rhetorical Devices Used In Brave New World

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Brave New World: Prose Analysis The citizens of the New World State call John, the Savage, because he’s from a different world, but he is not always the animal the people think he is. In the excerpt from Huxley’s Brave New World, John the Savage’s complex character is illustrated through the use of animalistic imagery, formal and descriptive diction, and short, fragmented syntax. Huxley uses animalistic imagery throughout the excerpt to not only describe John, but the citizens too. This reveals the animal in John, but also the animal in the citizens, which shows how John can be a animalistic at times, but also civilized, the citizens just don’t see him as that because he comes from a different place. The citizens come in their “swarm of

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