Brave New World

What does the characterization in Brave New World suggest?

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The characterization in Brave New World suggests that each person's flaws have in some way alienated and isolated them from the greater society. Additionally, since the overall novel is one big running allegory, it can be assumed that all of the names, and many of the characters were based on real individuals during that day and age. For example, Lenina Crowne is a play, most likely, on Lenin, the Russian leader of the Soviet party during Huxley's time period.