A Clockwork Orange

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When Alex is taken into custody, he refuses to speak until he has a lawyer. He knows the law, he says. The head policeman replies, "?we know the law too, but that?isn't everything." He then proceeds to punch Alex in the stomach as the other policemen "laugh their gullivers off." One cannot help but to compare the brutality of Alex to that of the policemen...
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Alex is an adolescent, yet the people put in place to control him exhibit the same behavior. Burgess uses the statement from the officer to help explain the meaning of his novel. If the law is not everything, then breaking the law is not everything. Rape and abuse are illegal, but being socially "wrong" is not the most important thing to consider...
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