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Synopsis of A Clockwork Orange In A Clockwork Orange the main character is that of a mildly young child of 15 who along with his fellow friends or Droogs partake in evenings of Ultra-Violence Ultra Violence consists of random beatings theft destruction and rape The main character Alex is the self-proclaimed leader of the pack and makes judgment on their actions pending on his mood His Droogs eventually find themselves under his direct rule following his every word and decide to challenge his authority The three Droogs Dim Georgie and Pete join Alex on his romp to a local fat farm to pillage the goods therein Inside Alex stumbles upon the owner of the resort and after a length scuffle with her ends up giving her a blow to the head with a rather large ceramic replica of an erect penis When he leaves the outer gates of the complex Dim surprises him by smacking a milk bottle against his face His counterparts escape while little Alex is left bleeding and blinded to deal with the police Upon interrogation of Alex he discovers that the blow he delivered to the young lady was a fatal one He is charged with first-degree murder and sentenced to 14 years in prison While there he befriends the resident minister and becomes a helper to his service The minister Alex soon discovers is a part in a new form of treatment that is trying to be implemented prisons to help cure inmates from committing acts of violence Through luck and discussion with the higher officials in the prison Alex is chose to be a guinea pig for the experiment and is sent to become inoculated from violence The treatment consisted of Alex being strapped down to a chair in front of a cinema screen having electrodes attached to his head and being kept focused by small
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