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All the Mountain King's Men

Grieg: Peer Gynt (Incidental Music)

Oiven Fjeldstad / London Symphony Orchestra
London CS6049

Slay him! The Christian man’s son has seduced
the fairest maid of the Mountain King! 542 more words


Blog 4: A Clockwork Orange

The book A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess, written in 1971, is a story about a boy named Alex who is obsessed, and almost addicted, to violence and assault. 434 more words

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Book Review: A Clockwork Orange

The novel by Anthony Burgess was released in the 1960s and is not considered a classic and essential read. It may then be surprising that I’ve only read it now, despite it having a place on my reading list for at least four years now. 278 more words

Book Reviews

Blog 3: A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange written by Anthony Burgess is a novel addressing the life of this distorted world containing droogs, drugged milk, and youthful characters whose actions are way beyond their expected capability.  731 more words

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The Controversy Around 'A Clockwork Orange'

I realized that I actually never wrote anything about Stanley Kubrick’s work on this blog, which is surprising coming from a cinephile. Well, that is if you don’t count my article on… 2,422 more words

British Cinema

Blog 2: A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess is a complex story of free will, criminality, and fulfillment. Our group–with Anthony at the helm–determined that one of the controlling values of this book is that… 976 more words

A Clockwork Orange

Free Will and Fulfillment. A Real Horrorshow

Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange is at once insightful as it is horrifying. It’s protagonist, Alex, begins the story at only fifteen years old, yet he can be seen as an embodiment of almost pure evil. 1,820 more words

A Clockwork Orange