Hemholtz Watson - The only character who sympathizes with Bernard, Hemholtz possesses an above average intelligence and the desire for introspection and self-fulfillment, something he knows is impossible in civilization. Despite these yearnings for freedom, Hemholtz's conditioning causes him to laugh at Romeo and Juliet and the concept of family and relationships. Hemholtz only finds meaning through writing, which he plans to do in exile.
Mustapha Mond - The World Controller of Western Europe keeps forbidden books in a safe in his office. He, like Hemholtz, once had a desire for literature, a desire he sacrificed in order to maintain social stability as world controller. He is similar to Beatty from Fahrenheit 451 and O'Brien in 1984, insomuch that they have access to illegal knowledge and use it to thwart those who wish to overturn the social order.
Linda - Accidentally left behind 20 years prior by the Director of Hatcheries and Social Conditioning, John's mother is unable to assimilate peaceably into savage society on account of her conditioning. Her inability to mend and her propensity to sleep with every man in the tribe makes her an object of scorn. Upon returning to civilization, she remains on a constant soma holiday, her appearance repulsive to all.
The Director - The director holds much power over Bernard and exiles him to Iceland. Because of his scandalous fathering of a child, who appears in time to save Bernard, the director is ruined and resigns in shame. The director shows the hypocrisy of World government bureaucrats.
Fanny Crowne - Lenina's roommate who encourages her to conform.