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"A Clockwork Orange" - an analysis of the politicians' and the media's role in the book

WARNING: this paper contains major spoilers for the book (and partially the movie) “A Clockwork Orange”. It contains very disturbing themes and contents.

In this paper I will examine how the media is referenced and how Alex uses it, as well as how politicians use Alex and the media. 1,738 more words


A Literary Week: Burgess, Rowling and Raffald

Week 13

This week seemed to follow a bit of a literary theme, ranging from the classic, to the cult, to the altogether forgotten. Let me explain… 1,086 more words

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

What-The-Fuck-O-Metre 7

What’s It All About? In a dystopian society, a young juvenile delinquent is forced to undergo experimental aversion therapy to make him an upright citizen. 174 more words


Top 5 Books I Will Never Read

Now these aren’t necessarily books I have hated, they are mostly ones that I have tried to read and they have failed to capture my interest for some reason –  or in No. 128 more words


Weekend Round Up #32

This weekend’s movies:

A Clockwork Orange, Assault on Precinct 13, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell,  King Solomon’s Mine, Mortdecai, Seven Samurai, The Leopard


Review Challenge IV: A Clockwork Orange

Sorry for taking so long to write this! I’ve had band camp and Duke classes going on, so I haven’t had much time. But now, the review challenge will commence! 685 more words

Review Challenge

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

In future Britain, charismatic delinquent Alex DeLarge is jailed and volunteers for an experimental aversion therapy developed by the government in an effort to solve society’s crime problem – but not all goes according to plan.

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