Brave New World - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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The D.H.C. has decided to make a public example of Bernard, and has asked Bernard to meet him and Henry Foster in the Fertilizing Room at the Bloomsbury Centre. The Fertilizing Room has more high-caste workers than any other in the Centre, and the Director explains to Henry that it's important to do it this way, since the greater a man's talents, the greater his power to lead others astray. Bernard may be talented, but no offense is so heinous as unorthodoxy of behavior. While murder only kills the individual, the individual can be replaced. Bernard has attacked Society itself.

Bernard enters then, and the Director calls the workers to attention. He tells them that Bernard has grossly betrayed the trust given him by his heretical views on sports and soma, the scandalous unorthodoxy of his sex-life, and his refusal to obey Our Ford and...

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