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If it were a ship, you could call me a plank-owner, because I helped create it, and was there since the first day. 432 more words


Anthony Burgess on Fleming's Golden Words

Writer Anthony Burgess, author of A Clockwork Orange, provided an unlikely footnote to Bond lore.

In 1975, he was commissioned by Albert R Broccoli… 727 more words

Incidental Intelligence

A Clockwork Orange.


That’s the primary emotion people exhibit when I state that A Clockwork Orange (1971) is predominantly a religious film with a very Christian message. Religious in the sense that it blatantly shows the worship of the judicial system by stout politicians out of touch with the real needs of young working class citizens; Christian in the sense that, above all else, it promotes the concept of free will, and displays the consequences when this is prohibited. 907 more words


Thoughts on Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange (by Bethany - the Numbers Challenge, Month #2)

Jill and I have a long history with Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation of A Clockwork Orange – a story that involves King Lear and Fr. Murphy and those long, dull days at the very end of one’s high school career when even the teachers have given up. 1,978 more words

Fiction - General

Anthony Burgess, 'Tremor of Intent' (1966)

To some of us, the wresting of beauty out of language is the only thing in the world that matters.

The more I learn about Anthony Burgess, the more I like him. 972 more words


A Clockwork Orange (1971)

The fact that this is as unabashedly frightening and gruesome as it is proves how versatile Stanley Kubrick, who directed, produced and adapted the script from Anthony Burgess’ novel, can be. 153 more words