Brave New World

what are some examples of a synecdouche in "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley?

a synechdouche is a literary device where a part is replaced for a whole or a whole for a part

ex: I am mad with the world.( in reality you are not mad with the world, yet you say you are.

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Lombard Street is a synecdoche for London's banking world.