The A Wonderful New World manga series is a huge success. It was published in 2019 and continues to be popular. Released on various platforms, new chapters are posted weekly for fans to read. You can expect at least two chapters a week, and the series will keep surprising you. It is also one of the most popular ecchi manga series. It will soon be adapted into an anime series, so get ready to read more than 100 chapters in a row.
It’s a Wonderful World! volume 1 begins with the premise of a college dropout bored with routine. From there, the novel morphs into a series of short stories that weave together magical realism and the cold realities of modern life. The book explores the absurdity and impact of death and life on each other and the world around them. While reading the novel, I was reminded how important it was to make the most out of each day. We never know when it will end.
The novel begins with an explanation of the technological advances in society, including the creation of children outside the womb. These children are cloned and sorted into classes. The story then follows the two young adults as they embark on their adventure. As the novel progresses Bernard discovers an opportunity to stop Linda and John from fleeing. John calls the Director “Father”, which is a strong reference to the novel’s darker implications.
The book’s title was borrowed from William Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest. The title was an ironic parody of the Bard of Avon’s paraphernalia, and Huxley’s novel mirrors Shakespeare’s. Both authors were close friends and shared literary circles. Huxley was a regular visitor to Macaulay’s weekly literary salons. Their work inspired Huxley’s Brave New World.
Bernard is in love Lenina Crowne but doesn’t like the fact she’s having affairs with other men. He returns to his utopian society along John the Savage when the time is right. Their triumphant return causes Bernard’s downfall, who previously wanted to exile Bernard because of his insubordination. This book is a wonderful adventure that will delight both young and old.
As a child, John is highly moral. His education had taught him Shakespeare’s moral code, and he also learned the moral code of the Malpais, where women are not allowed to marry men. The Malpais men regarded his mother, the only female member of the society, as a whore. The men in his life rejected him, and John accepted an invitation to travel back to London. Though he is surprised at the comforts of the World State, he remains committed to his values.