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Bernard Marx, at least at the beginning of the novel, has very different ideas and desires when it comes to dating than everyone else that he meets.
He lives in a society where "dating" doesn't even really exist; dating is a ritual that couples go through to see if they want to marry each other. So, "dating" in their society simply means spending time with another person,...
When his work was discovered, he was given the choice of going into exile or training to become a World Controller.
He chose to give up science, and now he censors scientific discoveries and exiles people for unorthodox beliefs.
He holds unorthodox beliefs about sexual relationships, sports, and community events.
Henry Foster - One of Lenina’s many lovers, he is a perfectly conventional Alpha male, casually discussing Lenina’s body with his coworkers.
His success with Lenina, and his casual attitude about it, infuriate the jealous Bernard. While visiting the New Mexico Savage Reservation, she became pregnant with the Director’s son.
Unlike his famous namesake, Bernard’s discontent stems from his frustrated desire to fit into his own society, rather than from a systematic or philosophical criticism of it. He and Bernard are friends because they find common ground in their discontent with the World State, but Helmholtz’s criticisms of the World State are more philosophical and intellectual than Bernard’s more petty complaints.
As a result, Helmholtz often finds Bernard’s boastfulness and cowardice tedious. Lenina Crowne - A vaccination worker at the Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre.
He also keeps a collection of forbidden literature in his safe, including Shakespeare and religious writings.