Bernard and Lenina have just arrived at the "Savage Reservation" and are being shown the village.
When they get there, they see a celebration of some sort. It is actually a sacrificial ceremony and Lenina gets very upset when she sees it.
After after the ceremony, Bernard and Lenina meet and talk to John, the only white boy who lives in the village.
John introduces them to Linda, his mother, who used to live in the Other Place. She has aged and doesn't have good hygiene so Lenina doesn't like her.
John and Bernard take a walk and John describes his life, being the only kid like himself in the reservation. A lot of which included his mother sleeping with men and getting herself or her son in trouble for it.
Bernard invites John to come to the Other Place and agrees that Linda could come to. This is a point in the book that they see how the others live their lives and it changes the rest of the story.