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Reincarnated into a new world
The first chapter of Reincarnated into a Wonderful New World was incredibly exciting, with a dazzling array of characters. The manga opens with King Grey, a powerful martial artist with wealth and prestige. Yet, he is also a hollow soul, and he soon discovers that he must take responsibility for the mistakes of his past. His second life also forces him to question his place in the new world.
John the Savage
In A Wonderful New World chapter 141, John the Savage meets Linda, who has become pregnant. They have a very close relationship, and they even sleep together quite a bit. But John is intensely jealous of Linda’s promiscuity. When John discovers the pregnancy, he tries to kill Linda and his lover.
The relationship between John the Savage and Bernard is not always rosy. It is fraught with tension and unhappiness. Helmholtz is a great poet, but he can’t seem to get past his jealousy. He feels resentment for John the Savage, and he wants vengeance on him. He also wishes he had the ability to write like him.
As a result, John is less thrilled about the “brave new world” than his mother was. His sexuality is still uncontrollable, and he despises marriage. He also wants Lenina to marry him, but he is horrified that she would ever consider it.
John’s loneliness makes him more likely to turn to Shakespeare. While he is isolated and unpopular, he does enjoy Shakespeare, and he hates Pope because he had slept with his mother. His hatred for the Pope relates to the evil in Shakespeare’s stories. He even tried to kill the latter with a knife.
The relationship between Bernard and John the Savage also highlights the author’s point about the meaning of happiness. The author uses the concept of human values to compare the primitive ways of humanity with those of the modern world. In a way, it’s a way to show the false value of happiness.
The savage’s power to gain power is further demonstrated by Bernard’s use of John to negotiate with people. His use of John also enables Bernard to gain more fame. He doesn’t need a soma, and he can also gain recognition from his peers. Moreover, he feeds on the hysteria that occurs when his peers acknowledge him as an important figure.
Mustapha Mond’s societal goals
Mustapha Mond is a world-state proponent. In this essay, he lays out his philosophy and history of the World State. He also debates John, laying out the fundamental differences between the World State and Shakespearean society.
The World State is run by ten men, each representing a particular type of person. Among them is Mond, who represents the past, present, convention, and rebellion. He is a man who is familiar with the past and believes that the rules can be broken.