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A Clockwork Orange is written in a peculiar way - the entire book uses the nadsat language created by Burgess.
This book raises an eternal and crucial problem of ethical philosophy - the problem of free will, of free human choice between Good and Evil.
Depending on which copy you read, with the last chapter or without it, the book will have an entirely different feel to it.
Well thought out and well written masterpiece. The imagery was harsh and ugly and gritty and I loved every second of it.Published 5 days ago by Patricia A. Woodward
Great detail, amazing storyline. It is so well written with various subliminal meanings and messages. A book of the agesPublished 7 days ago by Felita Ramsami
The last chapter helps this book land. Glaciers that it finally came out. Seven more words required it says here.Published 18 days ago by Peter Rovelstad
It may be Anthony Burgess' least favorite of his works, but A Clockwork Orange is still an excellent read, especially with its surprising amount of wit.Published 21 days ago by Paul Bulger
I had been putting off reading this book for decades, but I finally got around to it because I wanted to see how it compared to the film. I was not disappointed. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Gary Kirchherr