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In the 1960s our developing world faces many of its impurities The youth of this nation fight for equal right equality of the races and freedom of speech But not all the protests are legal Many people are guilty of treason and must be punished but with an over crowded prison system were will these political prisoners be sent The common criminals are flooding the system with there petty robbers assaults and murders We need to deal with the common criminal before we can deal with the political The novel The Clockwork Orange written by Anthony Burgess depicts the life of a child of the night Alex Him and his droogs friends see life as something worthless as they rape assault and murder their way though their teenage-hood To help cure this problem the government comes up with a new way a deal with criminals This method included the relation between crime and physical pain The method is first used on Alex when he was arrested It works and he is released into society a violence free man In the end Alex grows out of the treatment and goes back on a crime spree He continues this until he grows out of teenage hood The novel itself is well written though it is a hard read It contains over 200 Russian words that the reader must decipher themselves due to the fact that Anthony Burgess will not allow a glossary in any of his printings The novel which is narrated by the man character pulls you into his life and shows the reader what goes through the mind of the criminally insane The flow of the novel is easy to follow with little confusion on what is in each section Many insights can be derived from this book and it can be used to support many different topics A well rounded book that gives the reader wanting more The power of youth is growing in
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