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WWW Wednesday [November 19]

WWW Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted at Should Be Reading where participants share: (1) what they are reading, (2) what they recently finished reading and (3) what they think they’ll read next. 105 more words

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Group notes: A Clockwork Orange

Question for thought: What is the root of nadsat propaganda and against who is it used?

  1. The word “nadsat” has Russian roots (“Slav Propaganda”)
    1. The word “nadsat” is a Russian suffix meaning “-teen”
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Question for thought: What is the root of nadsat propaganda and against who is it used?

  1. The word “nadsat” has Russian roots (“Slav Propaganda”)
    1. The word “nadsat” is a Russian suffix meaning “-teen”
  2. 266 more words

Novella November: A Clockwork Orange

With much struggle, I was finally able to complete A Clockwork Orange. Verdict: the use of nadsat, an invented slang with Russian influence, was inventive. 227 more words

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A Clockwork Orange Notes

Alex’s changed behavior does not make him redeemable because

  • he does not choose to be good out of free will.
  • it is a product of the Pavlovian conditioning inflicted on him under lab conditions, and we cannot know whether he would react the same once integrated back into society.
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A Clockwork Orange

Question for thought: What is the root of nadsat propaganda and against who is it used?

  1. The word “nadsat” has Russian roots (“Slav Propaganda”)
    1. The word “nadsat” is a Russian suffix meaning “-teen”
  2. 266 more words
A Clockwork Orange

How To Watch a Stanley Kubrick Film

By Shady S. Shebak, MD

My experience with regards to Stanley Kubrick films encompasses only three of his movies. The three films, in the order that they were produced are 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, and The Shining. 1,188 more words

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