A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
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This is a fictional book written by Anthony Burgess and is written in a slang language called ‘nadsat’ which is a fusion of Russian and Polish, it is a little difficult to comprehend but the writing gets easier as the book progresses… Alex is a fifteen year old boy who roams about the streets of a futuristic city; he is the leader of a self formed gang which…
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
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Instructor: Dana Wight English 122: Texts and Contexts B10… This loss is the result of having suffered various forms of political and religious conditioning. Contextually, Alex and the chaplain are depicted as two different types of machines, one good and the other evil by relation of their social positions as pastor and criminal. Burgess describes Alex as…
Chapter 21, of A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess
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The entire idea of Alex as an unreliable narrator-protagonist who is susceptible to transformations at the most unexpected of times is what leads the reader through his words… He does not like to share his money with them and even says, “I don’t know, I don’t know. What it is is I don’t like just throwing away my hard-earned pretty polly, that’s what it is.”…
A Clockwork Orange
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This is a fictional book written by Anthony Burgess and is written in a slang language called ‘nadsat’ which is a fusion of Russian and Polish, it is a little difficult to… they drink milk infused with drugs and roam about displaying the worst demonstrations of violence which includes theft, beating men up and raping women. This book is a narration by Alex who…
A Clockwork Orange and the Inviolability of Free Will
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This report analyzes the theme of the inviolability of free will in A Clockwork Orange by Antony Burgess. It is stated that the freedom of choosing is a big human attribute which means that the presence of the moral choice distinguishes human beings from lower animals and machines. … From the crime Alex committed, he is sentenced to fourteen years in prison,…
Topic picked from the book clockwork orange
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Name Professor Course Date Clockwork Orange Introduction ‘Clockwork Orange’ is a fictional novel written by Anthony Burgess, which shows a certain genre in literature (satire) about the western society. The novel is based on certain occurring trends like the occasional culture of the youth in terms of rebelling and participating in violence.… R. Deltoid, The…
A Clockwise orange - Violence and Society
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The novel A Clockwise Orange by Anthony Burgess raises questions on the manner in which a typical so-called free society in modern times implements law and order mechanism and deals with habitual criminal lawbreakers… The overwhelming question that would be examined is whether society can curb violence by implementing laws that by themselves are violent. The…
A clockwork orange (movie) write a critique police science class
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Stanley Kubrick’s film “A clockwork Orange” is all about contradictions between the totalitarian control of the state and the individual freedom of the citizen .It tells us about the futility of the State trying to rehabilitate violent citizens through counter violence.… But with the withering away of these States and the great Union of Soviet republics,…
American Literature - Essay
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SLAUGHERHOUSE FIVE Few books have made as much of an impression on me as Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut. The way this book presents the true horror of war was fascinating to me. To be perfectly honest, many books I read about war are not very interesting.… Vonnegut felt he had to go beyond what normal books do, to veer into the world of science fiction…
For whom the bell tolls Hemingway
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The protagonist of the novel, Robert Jordan, is a young American professor teaching Spanish to English-speaking North Americans. He… He takes sides with the natives of Spain fighting against the Nationalist Generalissimo Francisco Franco. Robert Jordan leaves the comforts of his home and the safety of his career to face the challenges of guerilla life. The…
Evaluate the novels as works of literature and compare and contrast them. Discuss the political and psychological aspects of eac
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Evaluate the novels as works of literature and compare and contrast them. Discuss the political and psychological aspects of each novel and compare and contrast those ideas pertaining to a dystopian society and modern day life today The term dystopian means ‘bad place’.… Through the dystopian novel the writers expresses their opinion regarding the evil society…
Post ww2 fiction and film
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Novels and films serve as both mirrors for the societies that produce them and also, at their most effective, catalysts for change within those societies. The three novels/films that will be discussed here are classical examples of reactions to the problems and opportunities… In The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie similarly damaged people are considered,…
Stanley Kubrick- A Life of Contributions to Film
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Professor Name Subject Date Stanley Kubrick- A Life of Contributions to Film Through this study, the author aims at exploring Kubrick techniques of film making. The study particularly will focus on ; “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)”, “A Clockwork Orange (1971)”, “The Shining (1980)”, “Full Metal Jacket (1987)” and “Eyes Wide Shut (1999)” While considering Kubrick’s work we see the majority of his films are adaptations, but the beauty of his work is that the final product has its own style and statement (Nelson, 1982).…
James Joyce
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: James Joyce James Joyce was an Irish poet and novelist acknowledged as one of the most prominent novelists in the modernist avant-garde of the early periods of the 20th century (Killeen 3). Joyce is celebrated for Ulysses (1922), a milestone writing whereby the expeditions of Homer’s Odyssey are compared in a wide variety of literary techniques (Killeen 3).…
Cultural Revolution in 1960s Britain
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No matter where people live in the modern world, just a brief verbal or observational reference to the 1960s era will arouse memories and emotions that are hard for others to imagine. This is true for those individuals who were both young and old during that famous decade.… The purpose of this paper is to discuss how the 1960s saw the birth of new forms of…
My impression and comment of Stanley Kubrick and his career
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Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) was an American film writer, director, producer and photographer who lived in England for the last four decades of his career. Kubrick was well known for his careful selection of subjects, usage of formal visual style, slow, methodical system of… Kubrick’s later films are characterized by surrealism and expressionism, shifting away…
My impression and comment of Stanley Kubrick and his career
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Name and Number of the Course Date STANLEY KUBRICK AND HIS CINEMA Personal Impressions and Comments on the Film-Maker’s Work Introduction Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) was an American film writer, director, producer and photographer who lived in England for the last four decades of his career.… Kubrick ensured that he had complete artistic control over the…
Theory of Speech and thought presentation in Ulysses and The Dubliners by James Joyce
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THEORY OF SPEECH AND THOUGHT PRESENTATION (Author’s name) (Institutional Affiliation) Key words: Speech, characters THEORY OF SPEECH AND THOUGHT PRESENTATION This essay analyzes the theory of speech and thought presentation. This analysis incorporates the analysis of extracts from the books Ulysses and The Dubliners in light of the theory of speech and thought representation, as a means of understanding the lightness and darkness in terms of moral relativism of Joyce’s characters.…
How organised is Organised Crime
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In fact, a historical retrospective would suggest that organized crime had existed even before the establishment of civil societies. Ironically, organized crime was an accepted part of life in the hunter-gatherer… ?How organized is Organized Crime?”, it is difficult to provide a straightforward answer, given the complexities and flexibility that signify these…
The identification of pathological liars in the criminal justice system
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Criminal Law By Your Name Class Name University Name Due Date In criminal law cases, witnesses play a huge role in order to establish whether a party is guilty. In many cases, the most important part of evidence is the testimony of a witness.… It is very important for the courts to determine whether a witness is telling the truth because he may make the courts…
The Casey Anthony Case
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The following information attempts to answer the question of psychological, sociological or biological causation in the murder trial of Casey Anthony. The information defines psychological, sociological, and biological theories and if any or all or a combination of these applies to this case. … “Not Guilty” was the verdict handed down in the Casey Anthony…
The fauna of the Burgess Shale
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This laboratory exercise is based on ecology and diversity of Cambrian faunas which gives an insight into the cause and nature of the ‘Cambrian Explosion’. The practical consists of a series of calculations using data from the Burgess Shale fauna that was exceptionally… It was required to compare the results with information on modern faunas and normal…
Literature Jarhead, Anthony Swafford
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Jarhead is a story of a man who chooses to spend his life in the battle field. A green recruit man who has a vision to serve his nation. According to website that I visited Jarhead is a patriotic man who is very much willing to sacrifice his life; just for his mission.… Men are smart and men are animals, in that they don't want to die so simply for so little"…
Case Anthony Trial
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Author Name Assignment Subject Casey Anthony Trial Introduction Hundreds and thousands of minors go missing every year in USA as per FBI’s National Crime Information Center (Cited by Fuhrman, 1). However, there is a very small percentage of cases where the children are eventually found dead.… People in Orlando began to believe the media reports randomly,…
Casey Anthony Investigation
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Casey Anthony Investigation and Trial Name: Institution: CASEY ANTHONY INVESTIGATION Introduction Caylee Anthony was merely two years old at the time she was reported missing as from July 15th and later found dead. Caylee lived in with Casey Anthony, her mother in Orlando together with her maternal grandparents.… Her grandmother also explained that her mother…
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