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Ate undertakes to reform Alex to redeem him the novel asks At what costThis edition includes the controversial last chapter not published in the first edition and Burgess's introduction A Clockwork Orange Resucked Rebellion can take on many forms and in A Clockwork Orange it takes on the form of language the spoken word A

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A vicious fifteen year old droog is the central character of this 1963 classic In Anthony Burgess's nightmare vision of the future where criminals take over after dark the story is told by the central character Al How to review an infamous book about which so much has already been said By avoiding reading others thought

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Ex who talks in a brutal invented slang that brilliantly renders his and his friends' social pathology A Clockwork Orange is a frightening fable about good and evil and the meaning of human freedom And when the st A classic probably a bit overrated book and one of the rare cases in which I would say that the movie is better Black Blue of human freedom And when the st A classic probably a bit The Moe Manifesto overrated book and Positive Church in a Negative World one Prince Philip Revealed of the rare cases in which I would say that the movie is better


10 thoughts on “A Clockwork Orange

  1. says:

    A Clockwork Orange is one of those books which everyone has heard of but which few people have actually read – mostly I

  2. says:

    How to review an infamous book about which so much has already been said By avoiding reading others’ thoughts until I’ve written mineThere are horrors in this book but there is beauty too and so much to think about The ends of the book justify the means of its execution even if the same is not true of what happens in the storyBook vs Fi

  3. says:

    What's it going to be then eh A linguistic adventure O my brothers I had seen the Kubrick film and so reading the novella was on the list I very much enjoyed it was surprised to learn that American publishers and Kubrick had omitted the crucial last chapter that provides some moral denouement to the ultra violenceAs dist

  4. says:

    In 1960 Anthony Burgess was 43 and had written 4 novels and had a proper job teaching in the British Colonial Service in Malaya and Brunei Then he had a collapse and the story gets complicated But I like the first cool version AB told which was that he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour and given a year to live Since as you know he lived a further 33 years we may conclude the doctors were not entire

  5. says:

    In the near future in an Utopian socialist country England where everyone has to work except the ill or old whether the job makes any sense or not a group of teenagers like to party without limits at night Alex the leader George 2nd in command Pete the most sane and the big dim Dim he's good with his boots fun loving kids Your humble narrator Alex will tell this story my brothers First they see an ancient man leaving the library carrying bo

  6. says:

    A classic probably a bit overrated book and one of the rare cases in which I would say that the movie is better than the book The most unnecessary thing was to add an extra chapter at the end that took the flow logic and atmosphere out of the whole thing Nice development of an own language but also not as cool as other examples T

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    437 A Clockwork Orange – Anthony BurgessA Clockwork Orange is a dystopian novel by English writer Anthony Burgess published in 1962 Set in a near future English society featuring a subculture of extreme youth violence the teenage protagonist Alex narrates his violent exploits and his experiences with state authorities intent on reforming

  8. says:

    Rebellion can take on many forms and in A Clockwork Orange it takes on the form of language the spoken word All societies have their constraints though breaking through them is often difficult What the “poor” disaffecte

  9. says:

    This book was sweet The way russian was used to show the distopian future was one of the coolest literary devices I have seen Because I was so enthralled by it I often read parts than once to make sure I was getting the meaning right Everyone should read this book and then read it again to make sure they got it

  10. says:

    Like many I suppose I saw Kubrick's film long ago without having read the book until now Part punk rock version of Finnegans Wake part scalding criticism of UK society in the 50s Burgess' dystopian Center is a real horrorshow in a non ACO interpretation of the word of violence Alex is a terrifying character every bit as evil as the Joker or Anton Chigurh whose state sponsored brainwashing is eually disturbing The prison chaplain's pleas

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