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Trivia: Brave New World

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1. How are children in the Nursery conditioned to dislike books and flowers?






2. What Biblical phrase does Mustapha Mond use when children begin playing around him?






3. What is the purpose of the religious ritual performed by the Savages?






4. What is the lesson of the Cyprus experiment described by Mustapha Mond?






5. Who escorts the students through the hatchery?






6. What color do delta babies always wear?






7. Where is the Savage Reservation located?






8. Who does not sleep with Lenina?






9. What does Soma symbolize?






10. What do people believe to be the cause of Bernard's strange character?






11. Explain the importance of Shakspeare






12. Why was Linda attacked by the other women of the village in the Reservation?






13. What do people believe to be the cause of Bernard's strange character?






14. Mustapha Mond tells John that civilizations have to choose between God and...






15. What are the institutions responsible for hatching the human beings of Huxley's world?






16. After retreating to the lighthouse - what does John do that first attracts the reporters?






17. How does the Solidarity Service end?






18. Which caste of humans is considered the lowest?






19. What is Bernard Marx's main shortcoming?






20. Who said the following: 'I'm thinking of a queer feeling I sometimes get - a feeling that I've got something important to say and the power to say it -- only I don't know what it is - and I can't make any use of the power.'






21. Who is John's father?






22. Why is Helmholtz first criticized by the World State authorities?






23. Where is the Savage Reservation located?






24. Who does not sleep with Lenina?






25. What was the first book that John read as a child?






26. What is the name of the process that allows the Hatchery to produce many clones from a single egg?






27. After his return from the Reservation with the Savage - what event leads to Bernard's fall from social grace?






28. Why does Fanny try to convince Lenina to be more promiscuous?






29. What two hypnopaedic lessons are the children in the Nursery learning during the boys' tour of the Hatchery?






30. What is the lesson of the Cyprus experiment described by Mustapha Mond?






31. Where does Brave New World take place?






32. How long does Lenina date Henry Foster?






33. What is the name of the feely that John watches on his date with Lenina?






34. What World State sayings has to do with soma?






35. Which brave new world drug does Mustapha Mond describe as 'Christianity without tears'?






36. What does Linda call The D.H.C.?






37. How does Lenina react to observing the Savage religious ritual?






38. Who is John's father?






39. What is Bernard Marx's main shortcoming?






40. In Brave New World - sexual play between children is...






41. Why are Bernard Marx and Helmholtz Watson friends?






42. What is the motto of the World State?






43. How does the Solidarity Service end?






44. What does Linda call The D.H.C.?






45. Why is Helmholtz first criticized by the World State authorities?






46. What two hypnopaedic lessons are the children in the Nursery learning during the boys' tour of the Hatchery?






47. How are children in the Nursery conditioned to dislike books and flowers?






48. How many main castes are there?






49. Which character shows contempt for the social control devices of the state?






50. Explain the importance of Shakspeare