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Foreshadowing Dreams Within A Clockwork Orange

Part I, Chapter 4: (Elle)

One morning before school, Alex decides that he doesn’t want to go. He tells his mother that he has a headache and just looks the other way and tells him she will put his breakfast in the oven for him. 1,161 more words

Dreams in A Clockwork Orange

Dreams play an important role in the first part of Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange (1962). They serve as a foreshadowing of events that happen later on in the novel. 887 more words

Violent Daydreams and Peaceful Nightmares: The Significance of Dreams in Burgess' A Clockwork Orange

Part I, Chapter 4: (Elle)

One morning before school, Alex decides that he doesn’t want to go. He tells his mother that he has a headache and just looks the other way and tells him she will put his breakfast in the oven for him. 1,192 more words

Dreams in 'A Clockwork Orange'

Dreams play an important role in the first part of Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange (1962). They serve as a foreshadowing of events that happen later on in the novel. 887 more words

Post-modernism in A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

Postmodernism Themes

  • Democracy VS Dictatorship

  • Fragmented self

  • The Suppression of Violence

  • Recycled History

  • Backward and Forward

 

Democracy VS Dictatorship

In part 1, chapter 5, Georgie challenges Alex to have more democracy in his group so Alex shuts down Georgie in a knife fight. 1,016 more words

A Clockwork Orange: Postmodernism

How is post-modernism reflected in this novel?

 

Postmodernism Themes

  • Democracy VS Dictatorship
  • Fragmented self
  • The Suppression of Violence
  • Recycled History
  • Backward and Forward

 

Democracy VS Dictatorship… 1,041 more words

How do the world's events since 1925 show up in the novel?

In Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange, world events since 1925 are alluded to in parts one and two. In Chapter four, part one, the main protagonist, Alex, mentions previous wars and bombs in his narration when describing the unstable government. 587 more words