In Chapter 13 Lenina realizes she is passionate about john. Lenina only want John. Fanny is disgusted about the fact Lenina only wants one guy, and infers that she go seduce him and go get him. In the World State if you want something you take it, make yourself happy. When Lenina goes to Johns house he doesn’t seem happy to see her as he wants to prove he is worthy for her by doing something nice. Lenina doesn’t seem to care about it and doesn’t think doing something like that is necessary. They both come from different reservations where they both have different morals. It reminds me of Romeo and Juliet. Juliet falls in love with Romeo and doesn’t believe he needs to prove worthy of her love, but Romeo wants to prove his worthiness. In the World State everyone is conditioned to be happy and get what they want, the idea of standards and virtue have no existence. John tells Lenina he loves her and mentions marriage, and she doesn’t know what that means because from where she is from they don’t have monogamy. They are told to be with as many people as they want. In the World State the idea of love and commitment have been disregarded for the existence of happiness. When Lenina begins to take off her clothes John is horrified and screams at her to get out. This shows that John is mature and has self- control, where citizens of the World State don’t have these qualities and are conditioned not to.
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