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He also keeps a collection of forbidden literature in his safe, including Shakespeare and religious writings.The name Mond means “world,” and Mond is indeed the most powerful character in the world of this novel. Fanny Crowne - Lenina Crowne’s friend (they have the same last name because only about ten thousand last names are in use in the World State).John - The son of the Director and Linda, John is the only major character to have grown up outside of the World State.The consummate outsider, he has spent his life alienated from his village on the New Mexico Savage Reservation, and he finds himself similarly unable to fit in to World State society.She is desperate to return to the World State and to soma.
A group of Indians found her and brought her to their village.Fanny’s role is mainly to voice the conventional values of her caste and society.Specifically, she warns Lenina that she should have more men in her life because it looks bad to concentrate on one man for too long.His entire worldview is based on his knowledge of Shakespeare’s plays, which he can quote with great facility. Bernard Marx - An Alpha male who fails to fit in because of his inferior physical stature.He holds unorthodox beliefs about sexual relationships, sports, and community events.
We see this later on when he becomes--briefly--very popular, and hooks up with as many women as he possibly can, and seems to enjoy every bit of it.