My Helmholtz-inspired thesis statement would read something like this: Helmholtz Watson is an important character in Brave New World because he helps other characters realize truths about themselves, lives as a symbol of the limitations a caste system places on people, and represents the clash of ideas between the old world and the new.
Speaking of Helmholtz’s love of literature and poetry, there’s an awful lot in Brave New World that has to do with Shakespeare.
Rather, you can focus on a character, literary device, theme, or anything else you think is important.
One way to ensure you stick to an analysis instead of a summary is to write a strong thesis statement.
These Controllers create human beings in factories, using technology to make ninety-six people from the same fertilized egg and to condition them for their future lives.
Children are raised together and subjected to mind control through sleep teaching to further condition them.
Brave New World focuses on the theme of happiness at the price of truth.
This theme is prevalent throughout the novel and presents itself through the widespread use of soma and the exploration of the Savage Reservation.
People all around the world are part of a totalitarian state, free from war, hatred, poverty, disease, and pain.
They enjoy leisure time, material wealth, and physical pleasures.