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Written on: 11/07/2011 by grahamthepiper.53 (2 reviews written)
I had committed a supposed flaw before reading this book; I had seen the infamous film prior to reading the book. However, I don't feel this worry really concern this particular. Coming first from Kubrick's masterpiece does not distract not the enormity of the novel. It is a hugely ambitious triumph of a novel. The book cleverly offers a worrying picture of the future where old people are scared of 'youths' for extreme violence. Yet, in Burgess' novel, the central gang of youths commit… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2004 by Kirsty 1 (15 reviews written)
nthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange Review: Hello my droogs, I want to govoreet to you about Nadsat, so pour yourselves a long cold peet of breakfast moloko or a steaming chasha of chai to go with your eggiwegs and soldiers and I'll begin.
Do you think I've has gone a bit bezoomny? Well you may be right. But before you ookadeet entirely cheeching "gloopy chepooka" let me tell you chellovecks something: I make no appy polly loggy for chumbling along in genuine Nadsat. What's more I won't be… Read Full Review
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