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Brave New World: Character Study Of Bernard Marx

Summary: Character study of Bernard Marx in Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World'. He is not a typical main character. Why and how does Huxley use him throughout thee novel? How does the reader react to him?
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

Bernard Marx, the key character for roughly the first half of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, is not a typical main character. Nothing seems to work out for him, he's unpopular, and at times he annoys the reader. So why has Huxley written our central character like this? What effect does he have on the reader"

Our first impressions of Huxley's "brave new world" are not exactly favourable. The reader is disgusted at the morals and lifestyle of this society. Then, when we first meet Bernard (page 29) we see a glimmer of hope. Bernard appears to be the voice of reason. He seems to see the problems of his world. In Chapter Three, we see his disapproval of Henry Foster and his friend, talking about Lenina. ("Oh she's a splendid girl. Wonderfully pneumatic. I'm surprised you...

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