Bernard Marx In Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World'

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Rebellious. Mysterious. Interesting. These three words describe Bernard Marx, one of the main characters in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World. The novel not only flips the future upside down, but demonstrates the unknown. In the beginning the author makes it seem as if he was the main character, as he had all the attention on him. Though, in a world of perfection, he finds himself flawed with even the smallest details. Such as his height, he is short. His self esteem is not the highest. He is aware of how the others response to his un-Alpha-like shortness, and his lack of confidence gives him anxiety because of the rejection. Bernard is someone who isn’t very sociable and he is an outsider who is very emotional and insecure. He later shocks

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