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Hamlet is a great connection, too. In this play, Hamlet hems and haws about possibly murdering his stepfather Claudius, who is sleeping with his Hamlet's mother Gertrude.

Many scholars ascribe Hamlet's behavior to an Oedipus Complex, which later we'll argue John has himself. John and Lenina often reverse these roles in some great instances of gender-bending.

We're covering the big connections here, but of course there are many other fun things to say about John and the remaining Shakespeare works quoted in Brave New World.

So far, all our Shakespeare discussion has been a removed look at what trickery Huxley was up to when writing. But what does Shakespeare actually mean to John?

Does he get all these connections? You could argue either way. On one hand, yes, John gets it. He relates the racism in the feely Three Weeks in a Helicopter to that he saw in Othello.

He imagines himself as Romeo and Lenina as Juliet. He gets the new world connection with The Tempest —why else would he so aptly quote Miranda?

On the other hand, John doesn't get it all. He doesn't make the connection between the racism he suffered and Othello's. Nor does he see that Lenina is actually the farthest thing from the virginal Juliet we could imagine.

Most importantly, he doesn't get that the "brave new world" line is incredibly steeped in sexuality.

He seems to be missing the Freudian point. If this is true, boy, are we in trouble. If John mindlessly quotes Shakespeare without understanding the rationale behind it, what is King Lear than simply more hypnopaedia?

John wasn't indoctrinated in his sleep, but the lessons he has imbibed are equally unreflective. If you need more evidence, check out Chapter 17 , when Mustapha asks John is he knows what a philosopher is, and John responds with a definition taken obscurely and somewhat out of context from Hamlet : "A man who dreams of fewer things than there are in heaven and earth.

Attractive blondes aside, John at least understands that his angsty, impassioned love for Lenina is like something out of Shakespeare. Unfortunately, it's also something out of a Greek Tragedy and the depths of man's darkest thoughts.

It's heavy stuff, so we'll ease into it. The first thing we all have to ask is, "John, what are you thinking?

For John, principled man of virtue and pillar of chastity, falling for an extremely promiscuous woman isn't reasonable. So we have to look for an explanation as to why he's so attracted to her.

John makes it pretty clear to Bernard that he's spent his whole life being lonely. Actually, come to think of it, he pretty much says, "Hey, I've spent my whole life being lonely.

You too!? No way! We're pretty sure we're not just reading into this, either, since Huxley explicitly comments on Othello and his race-related connection to John.

What we're getting at here is that when John sees Lenina, his little lonely heart doesn't just say, "Look!

A girl! A white girl! Yes, we are going down this road. So what we're going with here is that Lenina is John's mother—in a metaphorical sense. Start with their names: Linda, Lenina—notice the phonetic similarities?

Again, since Huxley is so big on names, we can't ignore them at all, ever. See "Tools of Characterization" and you'll see what we're talking about.

While we don't know for sure about Lenina's caste, all signs point to her being a Beta check out her "Character Analysis" for more info , as is Linda.

Both came to the Savage Reservation with Alpha men they were "dating" at the time. Both worked with bottles. Both are material-obsessed and all too happy to fulfill their roles as sexual objects.

Linda really is Lenina with years attached. It's not just us thinking this way; John, too, makes connections though not conscious between his mother and his would-be lover.

When he can't stop thinking about Lenina in Chapter 18, he distracts himself by thinking about… his mom. He's mixing up in his mind thoughts of Linda's death with images of Lenina naked.

Huxley connects these two events structurally, too, since Linda's death is what draws John away from the naked Lenina scene, much to Lenina's disappointment.

The point we're putting up for discussion is that John wanting to sleep with Lenina is a manifestation of his subconscious desire to sleep with his mother.

This is nothing new. Freud put it explicity into words, but it goes all the way back to Oedipus the King , a play by Sophocles that lends its name to Freud's theory.

In Sophocles's play, a man named Oedipus accidentally kills his father and sleeps with his mother. He doesn't know that they're his parents.

It's a long story. But you can Shmoop it. Afterwards, when he realizes what he's done, he gouges his eyes out and blinds himself.

Freud's theory is that every man secretly wants to do this. John makes a good case. Then, because his mother is dead and he can't sleep with her, he very likely sleeps with Lenina, whom we've already established is a stand-in for Linda.

But now comes the cash-in morning-after moment: "The sun was already high when he awoke. He lay for a moment, blinking in owlish incomprehension at the light; then suddenly remembered—everything.

He "cover[s] his eyes"? Sounds like Oedipus. We think we've said enough about that. Speaking of people that poke out their own eyes, let's talk about John's penchant for self-mutilation.

Since the guy is purging and whipping himself left and right, there must be an explanation somewhere. It's pretty clear that John is NOT a fan of civilization.

So clear, in fact, that John says just as much in Chapter He's disgusted by its methods, horrified by its lack of humanity, and all-around pissed off when they try to restrict him to their rules.

What's a man to do? Fight back. Unfortunately, when the ground rules are "Be happy all the time," the only way to break these rules is to be miserable.

So that's what John does. He makes himself suffer to prove that he's not under the yoke of the World Controllers. The World State is definitely a static middle ground for any sort of emotion.

People are content and happy, but there's no real joy. If you want to argue with us, you should use that paragraph at the end of Chapter 5 that describes Fifi Bradlaugh.

Citizens may be irked once in a while, but no one is ever really angry. The extremes of feelings have been reduced to a plateau that is the very absence of emotion.

The logic that follows, then, is that to have one extreme—real pleasure—one has to have the other—real pain. In turning aside Lenina's advances, John rejects the society's values.

He acts boldly in calling the Deltas to rebellion and in throwing out the soma. Finally, he faces the powerful Mustapha Mond deliberately and intelligently and sets out on his own to create a life for himself, which ends in tragedy.

If anyone, John should be the character to challenge and to bring down the Brave New World that is stifling humanity.

In the end, John cannot change the society, because he is blocked within and without. Mustapha Mond makes clear the power of the World State to resist any unstablizing force.

But John is also held back by his own destructive tendencies toward violence and self-loathing. Although John despises conditioning, Huxley reveals that John has been conditioned, too.

Because of the terrible conditions of his life in Malpais, John associates sex with humiliation and pain and character with suffering, and this destructive view gains further power in John's response to the poetry of Shakespeare.

John's conditioning limits his ability to act freely, making him a deeply flawed potential hero. His death is the result of his own imperfect understanding as well as the inhuman forces of the brave new world.

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So clear, in fact, that John says just as much in Chapter He's disgusted by its methods, horrified by its lack of humanity, and all-around pissed off when they try to restrict him to their rules.

What's a man to do? Fight back. Unfortunately, when the ground rules are "Be happy all the time," the only way to break these rules is to be miserable.

So that's what John does. He makes himself suffer to prove that he's not under the yoke of the World Controllers. The World State is definitely a static middle ground for any sort of emotion.

People are content and happy, but there's no real joy. If you want to argue with us, you should use that paragraph at the end of Chapter 5 that describes Fifi Bradlaugh.

Citizens may be irked once in a while, but no one is ever really angry. The extremes of feelings have been reduced to a plateau that is the very absence of emotion.

The logic that follows, then, is that to have one extreme—real pleasure—one has to have the other—real pain.

In the World State, these translate, as far as we can tell, to sex and violence, the two extremes of passion. Now, from reading your book, you'll know that sadism and masochism figure in big.

Look at the oddly placed bits of violence in the highly sexual media that is "the feelies": along with the sensation of a kiss is a bang on the head.

In Bernard's Solidarity Service, a woman's implied orgasm is described "as though she were having her throat cut.

The biggest connection is the climactic scene, when the mass orgy goes down with an unhealthy dose of group flagellation.

John himself is responsible for this correlation in Brave New World. The novel seems to argue that, to have one, you need to have the other.

But John doesn't want sex anyway—so why all the violence? One explanation is that John keeps punishing himself for thinking sexual thoughts.

See the scene where he dives into a bush of thorns to stop thinking about Lenina's naked body. If he's angry at Lenina, it's really just misdirected anger at himself for not having more mental restraint.

The second explanation is that John self-mutilates because that's the closest he's going to get to sex. In a way, the extremes of violence are akin to the extremes of orgasm—both are intense feelings that, in a world of emotion-less nothingness, are as close as John can get to being human.

John himself states that God is "a reason for self-denial. Basically, John believes in the soul. Bernard tells Mustapha as much in his written report.

He's concerned with what's going to happen to him after death. Without God, without the soul, there would be no reason to do anything but indulge in this mortal life.

But with God, with the soul, there's a reason to struggle now for the benefit of the long-term. Christianity, in particular, or at least some forms of Christianity, promote suffering as a necessary part of life.

If everyone should strive to be more like Jesus, and Jesus suffered willingly, it follows that we should all… stand out in the sun without arms outstretched like Jesus on the cross?

Well, John certainly thinks so. The Christ imagery surrounding John's character isn't exactly subtle, either. First of all, he directly tries to be Jesus.

A lot. Without hiding it. You've also got Lenina driving her nails into his wrists a sexual perversion of the crucifixion, by the way and John diving into the thorny bush in Chapter In fact, we bet if you really wanted to, you could write an essay about the five wounds of Christ and Brave New World.

Aside from the Jesus stuff, there's also a lot of John the Baptist references, mostly because of John's name. In the Gospel of Matthew , John the Baptist goes out to chill in the desert.

A bunch of curious spectators follow him. John the Baptist is killed because a sexy woman demanded as much, and Lenina, pretty sexy herself, causes Huxley's John to kill himself.

Which brings us, finally , to John's death. With all the animal imagery running amok in this novel see "Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory" , one of John's main concerns is to keep himself human, not animalistic.

Since suffering is one of the ways he maintains his humanity, it might be that his death is the ultimate "I am a man!

But while one interpretation says that suicide is the ultimate suffering, another interpretation says that suicide is the ultimate end to suffering.

John can't deal with his guilt over having sex with Lenina, so he kills himself. It's distinctly possible that John is, in a word, escaping.

The way you interpret John's death has a lot to do with the message you take away from Brave New World. Maybe it's optimistic: John achieves freedom in a way that, alive, he never could have.

Maybe it's pessimistic: the one chance the individuals of the World State had for freedom died along with John. Paddington , London, England.

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