Brave New World

what is the significance of death in brave new world

when john killed himself, why did he do it

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John Savage could no longer handle this society. By the end of the book he despised what he had become; a reflection of the society he loathed. John's participation in the orgy and subsequent suicide is an example of the clash between John's naive sense of morality and the hedonistic realities of society.