What effect does seeing Lenina have on John and why?
John falls in love with Lenina when she comes to the Savage Reservation because he has never seen anyone who looks likes her. Huxley shows more than a hint of racism when he writes,
He had seen, for the first time in his life, the face of a girl whose cheeks were not the colour of chocolate or dogskin, whose hair was auburn . . .
He also likes her because she looks at him with...
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