Clockwork Orange, A

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Clockwork Orange, A

depicts a future state that enforces conformity and crushes all heresy and rebellion. [Br. Lit.: Anthony Burgess Clockwork Orange]
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Built on a premise of extreme, senseless violence in youth subAculture, A Clockwork Orange was published in 1962.
A Clockwork Orange was not screened again until his death.
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One thing that was so great about "A Clockwork Orange" was nobody knew who "this punk" was, McDowell said.