Describe Bernard Marx’s response to the solidarity service. How does his response help develop his character?
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Bernard fixates on Morgana, a woman whose unibrow distracts him so much that he cannot feel the same ecstasy as the other people and must pretend to be as caught up in the ceremony as the others. The service ends, and Bernard emerges feeling more self-conscious than ever before. We see that Bernard is truly an individual seeking a different way than the World State.