Lenina Crowne

Lenina Crowne

Lenina Crown is the main female character in the novel. She is a nurse, belonging to the beta society caste. Lenina works in the laboratory where people are created. This woman is an object of adoring of all men, including Bernard and John. Her behavior is dynamic and controversial, and it attracts the reader. However, she is strange feelings. She is related to people only through sex. Lenina is not familiar with genuine emotions. She knew that John had strong feelings for her, however, was unable to confess. Being interested in what kind of lover he was, she tries to seduce him. She represents ideal beauty.

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Lenina Crowne Quotes

Kiss me till I'm in a coma. Hug me, honey, snuggly.


Was and will make me ill, I take a gramme and only am. 


How can you talk about not wanting to be a part of the social body? We can't do without anyone!


I'd simply love to come with you for a week in July. That is, if you still want to have me.


A gramme in time saves nine.

But after all, it's only about four months now since I've been having Henry.

I think that's rather sweet. One feels one would like to pet him. You know. Like a cat.

My word, I'm glad I'm not a Gamma.

I wish we could have brought the plane. I hate walking. And you feel so small when you're on the ground at the bottom of a hill.

In a few minutes, I shall be seeing him, talking to him, telling him that I like him-more than anybody I've ever known.

Lenina Crowne in the Essays