Mohamed Bouzid Bouzid itibaren Paigonj, Bangladeş
It is very rarely that we get philosophy in a book in an age were philosophy is defined by then central character of yourself. As a nadsat, you want drats. You want pol. You want excitement. A Clockwork Orange is everything against that view. It is everything stracky and choodessny wrapped into odin, or as Alex govoreets 'It was gorgeosity and yumyumyum." We aren't that different from Alex, and egocentric sociopath. We are supposed to connect and to hate him at once. He represents all veshches we can be and are to be, cunning, emotional, brilliant, but ultra-violent, self centered, and using language that takes a code to pony. Alex is the most vicious character I have viddied in a long raz. He's unhappy, he wants more. He's a character trapped within his own plott. He hated society, so society shvatted away his will. But then society got back at him. Society beat him. They broke him. They fixed him, he became dobby. But at what cost? Thus is the central theme of the book. We are to question the goodness of society. what dobby is something if we have our will taken? What dobby is jeezny with no will? What sloochats if the system fails? What then? Its a book that is hard to govoreet about because of how unique is is in its self. Nothing more to govoreet about it.
I haven't read it but I want to...something's wrong with my puter so i cnt put it in the right shelf