Brave New World

What point of view does each Lenina and Bernard express or represent at the begging of chapter six? cite examples from the text.

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Bernard and Lenina go to the wrestling matches. After the matches Bernard hovers over the empty sea in the helicopter. Lenina can't stand being alone. She hates it when Bernard sits alone to contemplate life,{"But it's horrible," said Lenina, shrinking back from the window. She was appalled by the rushing emptiness of the night..."} She cannot stand to be alone with her own thoughts, she feels lost. Bernard, on the other hand, seeks escape from the maddening crowd, {"It makes me feel as though …" he hesitated, searching for words with which to express himself, "as though I were more me."} In solitude, away from society, Bernard can find himself.