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A Horrorshow Read

One of my all-time favorite reads is A Clockwork Orange. If you’ve heard of this book, then you most likely know that majority of it is written in a made up slang. 879 more words


The Rhythm of Reading

For a child from an extended family that loved both children and books, there is a sensory rhythm built into reading, an indulgence of words, pages that turn with a satisfying swish (or, later, a delicate onionskin crinkle), the voices that go with warm laps. 1,147 more words

The Art of Movies

“It’s funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you watch them on a screen.” -Anthony Burgess
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Book vs Movie: A Clockwork Orange - What's the Difference?

Time for some ultra-violence with this month’s instalment of CineFix’s What’s the Difference?

I can’t remember if I read the book or watched the movie first. 197 more words

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A Clockwork Orange Book Review

“Is it better for a man to have chosen evil than to have good imposed upon him?”

–  Anthony Burgess

In 1917 John Anthony Burgess Wilson, known as…

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How to Speak Nadsat

Nadsat the teenage hipster slang devised by author Anthony Burgess for his seminal and notorious novel A Clockwork Orange (1962) derives in part from Russian youth slang and part from the inner reaches of his mind. 472 more words

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Review of A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

Where do I even begin with this book? You know when people say that a book took them on a roller coaster ride of emotions. Well, for me this book is one of those… 757 more words

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