Bernard Marx In Brave New World

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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley introduces us to a brave and frightening new world. In this futuristic world we see a society that is divided into unbreachable social classes that depends on science for everything. This society chooses to pursue comfort and happiness, no matter the sacrifice. In Huxley's novel, he shows a world that sacrificed everything that society should actually value for social stability. We can understand Huxley’s intentions and the meaning of his novel by observing his characters and their values that they hold dearly. Bernard Marx is an important character and could be considered the protagonist of the story for the first half of the novel. He is a member of the highest social class, Alphas, but he is the outcast
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