Brave New World Essay | Lenina Character Analysis from Brave New World

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Lenina Character Analysis from Brave New World

Summary: In his novel, Brave New World, author Aldous Huxley is trying to show that through her relationships with other characters, Lenina, is having these feelings of despair and yearning, and that she understands that what she has is not all that there is.
The world as we know it is not all that is in existence. God made us with a yearning to know more, to understand what's out there. When we are stuck within the confines of our lives, there are always the lonely moments of disappointment and perplexity. These are the moments that the chains fall off and for a second, the truth is revealed. In his novel, Brave New World, I believe Aldous Huxley is trying to show that through her relationships with other characters, Lenina, is having these feelings of despair and yearning, and that she understands that what she has is not all that there is.

Sure, Lenina is materialistic, showing a lot of concern for things like clothing and social events, but she also shows signs of "life beneath the surface." One of the main places we see this demonstrated...

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