Henry Foster

Smart and ambitious

Henry Foster is a “fair-haired, ruddy young man” (Chapter 1, 33%) with lively blue eyes who works as an assistant in the Hatchery and Conditioning Center in London. He is an ambitious man who loves to be the center of attention. That is why he is very happy when the Director asks him to tell the students about his work during their visit at the center. Foster has a wide range of expertise and enjoys having the students' full attention. In order to get on well with his boss, the Director, he compliments him and tries to win his goodwill (Chapter 1, 72%).

Henry Foster loves science and is convinced of the premises of the World State. When he once told Lenina about the process of obtaining phosphorus from corpses, he spoke ‘ha...

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