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A clockwork orange is the story of good and evil and the value of choice the main character, is a 15 year old lad named alex whose life consists of crime, cruelty, and recklessness after being betrayed by an accomplice, he is sentenced to prison where he volunteers for a program that corrects the seemingly uncorrectable. Stanley kubrick's a clockwork orange is an ideological kubrick has used visuals to alter the book's point of view and to nudge us toward a kind of grudging pal. A clockwork orange is a novel written by english author john burgess wilson (pen name: anthony burgess) and published in 1962.
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