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Like her coworker, Lenina Crowne, Fanny is a nineteen-year-old Beta. Though she shares Lenina’s last name and is genetically related to her, she is just a friend. Family connections have no meaning in civilization. Her character is never really developed, serving only as a foil to contrast society’s values—which she accepts completely—with Lenina’s unconventional behavior.
Lenina Crowne is, like Linda, a Beta. Young and beautiful,...
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