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In chapter 7, Lenina witnesses an Indian who does not share the accepted appearance that older people in London have. Lenina is further disgusted upon seeing the "almost naked Indian."

Which is NOT a reason for Lenina's shocked response at this man's appearance?


"The toothless mouth had fallen in..."


"The long bristles gleamed almost white against the dark side."


"The spectacle of two young women giving breast to their babies…"


"…was very slowly climbing down the ladder from the first-floor terrace of a neighboring house..."


"His body was bent and emaciated to the bone, almost fleshless."

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