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Chapter 7 marks the beginning of the climax chapters Bernard and Lenina walk into the Savage Reservation and are disgusted by the dirtiness and filth that surrounds them The differences between their Utopia and the Reservation amaze them But cleanliness is next to fordliness she insisted Yes and civilization is sterilization Bernard went on --Bernard and Lenina Lenina gets very distressed after seeing the Reservation and when she goes in search of her soma she discovers that she left it in their rest-cabin She becomes extremely agitated because she cannot escape the reality of what surrounds her When Bernard and Lenina head back to their rest-cabin they are confronted by a man who unlike the savages is white with blonde hair He says his name is John and after Bernard and Lenina talk to him for awhile they discover that he is the son of a woman originally from the Utopia who had become accidentally pregnant The woman was the one that the Director of the Hatchery had left behind so many years before They also discovered that the woman was still alive John talks Bernard and Lenina into going to see his mother Linda Meanwhile John has fallen in love with Lenina At the first site of her he was awestruck and gaped in wonder for he had never seen a girl that was not an Indian before When they arrived Bernard took one look at Linda and walked out He is curious about John and his way of life When Lenina gets her first look at Linda she is horrified Linda is dirty fat and wrinkled the opposite of what Lenina is conditioned to see When Linda sees Lenina and her fine clothes she gets very excited and starts blabbering about how glad she is to see a civilized face and civilized clothes She then
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