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"A Clockwork Orange" Becoming a Reality, Says Movie's Star

Malcolm McDowell, who famously played Alex in the 1972 Stanley Kubrick adaptation of the Anthony Burgess novel A Clockwork Orange, notes that the movie/book seems to have predicted our present times. 147 more words

At The Movies

On Entering Books (or Hesitating on the Threshold)

“Imagine you can spend a day inside a book,” was the prompt – one of those things going around on Facebook, you know, that a friend passed on to me. 677 more words


horrorshow, a malenky bit - some (informal) notes

To the unfamiliar, the title borrows words from Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange. Nadsat, it’s called – slang spoken by teenagers.

Anyway, what I know is that I need to keep a journal for notes on the texts I read for class, but writing them down slows me down a bit (I mean writing with the starry pen and paper, you know, O brothers), so I’ll be typing them down now. 500 more words


Classical Condition in A Clockwork Orange

Thought-provoking, chaotic, and mildly-concerning, Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation of Anthony Burgess’  A Clockwork Orange is sure to leave any reader pensively concerned with dystopian societies. 549 more words


More Letters Of Note

More Letters Of Note –
Correspondence Deserving Of A Wider Audience
Compiled by Shaun Usher
Canongate Books – £30.00

If nothing else, this simply wonderful book reiterates the degree to which an entire medium of literary beauty has, for all intents and rather depressing purposes, almost disappeared. 797 more words


2016 Classics Challenge

A new reading year is here. You made your New Year’s resolutions, probably broke a couple of them already, betted on Goodreads about the amount of books you’ll read this year. 334 more words

2016 Classics Challenge

A Clockwork Orange

This is an odd book, but a good one at that, or should I skazat ‘Horrorshow’. It is a truly violent book, with some tough scenes to read, including a gang rape. 813 more words

The Classics