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A Clockwork Orange: Viddying Metaphor
by Joy Gould Boyum Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange may be a stunning novel, but it’s also a stardingly savage one—a darkly ironic fable that in its pessimistic view of man and society, in the extreme horror of its materials, and in the scatological nature of its vision would have done Jonathan Swift proud.