A Clockwork Orange

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October 7, 2014

 

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In A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess takes us into the future where violent criminals are forced to be "good," and introduces us to Alex, a young teen who engages in a life of rape, ultra-violence, and Beethoven with his "droogs," or friends, and talks in the slang language of "nadsat." He goes through various phases in his life, evolving into a more mature level of thinking; each of these phases can be seen as clockwork orange...
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What makes this novel so realistic however, is how real Alex really is and how each of his phases into maturity represents a part of us. His youth is characterized as that of a rapist, practitioner of extremely violent acts, and a lover of Beethoven. These three adjectives point out what drives Alex's actions: emotion...
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