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A Clockwork Orange

By Ben Grose

This is a report on the book A Clockwork Orange. I think this is a great book. It makes you think about the world and how youth is portrayed currently. This book explains how the youth of the future is going to be screwed up in the head if we keep influencing them the way we do.

The Characters in this book are really not that well developed. The book is told from the first person view. The main character is a youth of 15 named Alex. He is psychotic and traverses the neighborhood with his friends causing a ruckus. He is used to rape, stealing, and fighting, it is part of his daily life. He goes through life and meets new people but never has a solid friend. He is the only character you really get to know inside and out.

The reason this book is so good is that it gives you a new look at life. Also it comes up with a whole new language that you have to learn. That can be bothersome at times but you usually get the idea because he uses the words in sentences. They also give you an index in the back of the book so you are able to look it up if you don't understand a word.

In conclusion, this is a great book because it gives new insights on how things are operating in the world and how it could turn out in the end.



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