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Dear Bernard,

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Dear Bernard, I remember that when I was brought to this world I was eager to embrace a way of life I neither knew nor understood, and of course I came unstuck. At first I was pleased and excited about this world that surrounded me, and I could not explain it any better that with this quotation of one of Shakespearean s works: "O brave new world that has such people in it". You know I have a firm code of conduct. My happiness - and sorrow - don't derive from taking a soul-corrupting chemical. My beliefs contradict those of this brave new world, as he shows in my fight with the system after my mother died. ...read more.

Middle

By this time the denizens of your world had become infatuated with my exotic ways, and it was not long before they hunted me down, and forced me to conform to their will. You must have already got to know about my despicable acts in front of your honourable partners, I was blinded by my fury and passion and I didn't actually realised what I was doing. I woke up the next morning and suddenly remembered my conduct the night before, I was so ashamed that I grabbed the whip and started purifying my body. While I was at this I saw a helicopter approaching the lighthouse. I got hand of my bow and arrows and was preparing myself to kill those curious bastards when I saw the despicable figure of Mustapha Mond descending from the helicopter. ...read more.

Conclusion

If it diminishes your pain, I will never get rid of the burden that killing you represents". Ended his speech he shot me through the head while a tear went through his face. I'm writing this letter to you from a place I can only identify with by the words of Shakespeare. It is a place where everybody IS the same but can still enjoy of love, passion , music and all that justifies living. This information is not for you to improve your place in that society of yours but to ensure that this will not happen again. I hope you come and join us soon, you cant imagine the freedom of self that one has here... Your friend for eternity, John, son of Linda ...read more.

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