Question: English & Literature

What are three faults that the DHC finds with Bernard's behavior?
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His faults, according to the DHC, is that BErnard is acting in unorthadox ways, he has feelings for Linda that are unconventional at best, and he has had relations with Linda (which is against the rules). Bernard isn't acting like all the rest and this lack of sameness is cause for alarm on the DHC's part because diversity and differences pose a threat to their carefully controlled way of living and thinking. 

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