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Week 34: Chicken

Chicken
Lynn Crosbie, 2018, 339 pp.

Of all the books I’ve read during this project, Lynn Crosbie’s Chicken is definitely the strangest. Vulgar and brash, it’s a lurid first-person exploration of a middle-aged actor’s life of booze, sex, and fame, yet, as you delve deeper, the novel emerges as a biting satire of fame and the immorality that goes with the picture. 409 more words

A Clockwork Orange 1971

In an England of the future, Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and his “Droogs” spend their nights getting high at the Korova Milkbar before embarking on “a little of the old ultraviolence,” while jauntily warbling “Singin’ in the Rain.” After he’s jailed for bludgeoning the Cat Lady to death, Alex submits to behavior modification technique to earn his freedom; he’s conditioned to abhor violence. 39 more words

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Book Review | A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

This book is probably a classic, and one that I think a lot of people should read. But before we delve into the book itself, I’d just like to point out that Anthony Burgess used to live in Malta and that he left because the clergy pissed him off, and if that isn’t one of the funniest things I’ve ever heard I don’t know what is. 415 more words

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SE28: Beautiful thing?

SE28 is Thamesmead – a postcode quite unlike any other in London. This postcode was carved out of SE2 and SE18 after Thamesmead began to be developed in the late 1960s. 1,725 more words

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A Clockwork Orange ~ A Capsule Book Review

A Clockwork Orange ~ A Capsule Book Review by Allen Kopp 

Besides classical music (especially Ludwig van Beethoven and Johann Sebastian Bach), Alex loves ultra-violence. He is only fifteen, but every evening he meets his three “droogs” (Pete, Georgie and Dim) to go out and terrorize anybody unfortunate enough to fall into their clutches on the streets. 506 more words

The Week in Red Bezzle Land

When I’ve not been Totes Quoting or 21 Wording, here’s what I’ve been busy with:

Saturday 4th of August saw Flatpack Projects and Dudley Castle present ‘Beware The Moon’ and… 139 more words

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The Week In Red Bezzle Land

When I’ve not been Totes Quoting or 21 Wording, here’s what I’ve been busy with:

I provided some light lunchtime existentialism for Den of Geek! 128 more words

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