He is an intelligent member of the Psychology Bureau of
the Central London Hatchery. He is slightly deformed, arising from an accident prior to his decanting. He has a chip on his shoulder concerning the Utopian system, which he considers has made him an outcast.
John, ‘the Savage’
He was born in the Savage Reservation and brought to
Utopia along with his mother, by Bernard. He is in sharp contrast to the people of the Brave New World due to his goodness and honesty. He was unable to relate to the Indians on the reservation, and
incapable of being indoctrinated into the Utopian world. He wished to live as a recluse, but this was not possible, and he committed suicide.
She is a very beautiful ‘pneumatic’ nurse at the
Hatchery. She is promiscuous and dates both Bernard and Foster. However, she does have a strange attraction to John, but their relationship is not given the opportunity to develop.
Pneumatic is applied throughout the novel to all sexually desirable females.
Mond is the resident Controller for Western Europe, and
is one of the few people who are truly enlightened. He is arguably Huxley’s mouthpiece in the novel, who comes out as a lonely, but kind man, and although he is aware of the pre-Utopian world, he prefers
He is the Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning
(D.H.C.) who has delusions of grandeur and likes exerting the power that he has. However, his past catches up with him in the form of his wife, Linda and son, John, the Savage, who is brought back by Bernard,
and bring about his downfall.
Linda accidentally had a child, John, by the D.H.C.,
who left her behind on the Savage Reservation.
He is a close friend of Bernard and a gifted writer of Utopian propaganda.
His job is an Emotional Engineer. His rebellious views lead to his exile.