Bernard Marx Brave New World Character Analysis

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Change is a major theme throughout Brave New World and like many other literary themes is most prominently displayed by Bernard Marx. At the beginning of the story he was an intelligent, sad, and flawed character that had many faults in his personality. These faults manifested themselves as extreme jealousy and suspicion of everyone around him as shown when he thought, “That horrible Benito Hoover!” even though he acknowledged he was meaning well, “And yet the man had meant well enough.” (Huxley 4). These character flaws leave many holes in his psyche that allow for a corruption of his base personality. On the other hand, Bernard has a very admirable trait in his ability to see beauty where others cannot such as when he and Lenina were flying
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