Summary And Symbolism In Anthony Burgess A Clockwork Orange

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If one was to look at Tupac Shakur’s abdominent; one can coherently depict Alex’s lifestyle after reading the infamous dystopian novel A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. “Thug life,” cough cough. Donald Trump even has an accurate description of the youths in the Burgess’s work. “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people...” Alex the main protagonist, and his “friends” are one of the few factions that commit such horrendous deeds like in the mature tv content and do the things that Trump once “described” Mexicans in his haughty announcement for running for president of United States. Alex and and his gangs are just not ordinary teenagers: they are more like psychopaths; enjoying harming others and creating mayhem. “mwa·ha·ha·ha!” No remorse for the victims. …show more content…
The symbolism of free choice or free thinking is frequently stressed throughout the book in particular was well presented and well characterized upon Alex on his decision makings. Especially the test Alex was put on during his confrontation with the actor. Ironically, Alex surrenders his knife, belongings, and kisses the actor’s feet instead of fighting back against him.
The outcome was quite hysterical, everyone in the room laughs at Alex. Similarly, when Alex is tested again in that same room but, this time a smokin’ female actress who has a large breast plays as Alex’s nurse. Deep down Alex’s testosterone level at the max and he knew he could rape her instantly. Unfortunately, Alex is unable to fulfill his fantasy. Poor kid. But, what actually ends up is that Alex politely converse with the hot actress. Nothing happens she later walks away. Government's role plays a controversial issue in A Clockwork Orange. The book itself reveals the governmental totalitarian structure. Government attempts to manipulate its citizens by discovering “new