He is then visited by an advisor who pretty much accuses him of being involved in the fight with billyboy and says that he doesn’t want him to get into any more trouble. He then goes to the record shop where he pick up two younger girls, takes them back to his apartment. He then drugs himself, gets the girls drunk, and then rapes them. He then goes to sleep for a few hours, when he wakes up it is just about night time and he tells his parents he is going to work. He meets up with his gang and they tell him about another plan and Alex plays along until he pulls a knife on Georgie and dim.
Another example of his display of brutality is when he harshly beats his wife. Finally, his arrogance and ferocious actions are most apparent when he brutally rapes Blanche, while his wife is in labour at the hospital. Stanley Kowalski’s first display of his brutal actions occurs at poker night. “ [She turns on the radio and it begins to play “Wein, Wein. Nur du allein.” Blanch waltzes to the music with romantic gestures.
“What’s it going to be then, eh?” is the signature question in Anthony Burgess’s novel, A Clockwork Novel that not only resonates with the moral identity of the anti-heroic protagonist, Alex, but also signifies the essential choice between free will that perpetrates evil and deterministic goodness that is forced and unreal. The prison chaplain and the writer F. Alexander voice the most controversial idea in the novel: man becomes ‘a clockwork orange’ when robbed of free will and tuned into a deterministic mechanism. Burgess points out the necessity of free will to maintain humanity at both the communal and individual level. The novel represents a futuristic dystopian society through its anti-hero Alex and charts the protagonist’s journey from a perpetrator of violence to a partially reformed and matured man in the end. The paper argues both the concept of free will and deterministic goodness from the character analysis of Alex and the society, as reflected in the conduct of government against prisoners and gives an unbiased conclusion in favour of one of the concepts.
If that was not enough they then treated the old man to a knuckle sandwich (Burgess 7). Torturing old people is just one of there outrageous escapades. Another incident is when Alex and his droogs broke into this couples house. After beating up the husband he turned to his wife. “O my brother while I got untrussed and got ready for plunge.
Out of rage he kills the guards; this is the first murder Macbeth commits without consulting Lady Macbeth. The next morning Malcom and Donalbain flee the country because t... ... middle of paper ... ...lusion one example of light is when Lady Macbeth finds out that King Duncan is coming to the castle. She says that she wants the darkness to cover her for when King Duncan is murdered. She makes Macbeth murder Duncan because he looks too much like her father when he sleeps. Therefore Lady Macbeth has to go retrieve it because Macbeth is too traumatized to return.
A Clockwork Orange creates a world documenting the decay of a person’s will to live and the loss of their humanity when their freedom of choice is taken away. Alex, the protagonist of A Clockwork Orange, is a textbook example of the bad boy stereotype. The night time, with sufficiently decreased police patrol, is his prime time. He and his “droogs” spend their nights assaulting citizens, robbing corner stores, and raping women. Unfortunately for Alex, on one of these nights, while robbing the home of an elderly woman, he is betrayed by his “droogs” and arrested by the police.
To begin, Alex and his group of friends go about the night to wreak havoc and act rebellious. You would thing Alex would have parents who don’t really car about him but that is quite the opposite. He just lies to them and tells them that he has a job and that’s why he is out late. Early in the novel we see right off the bat that he and his friends take hallucinogenic drugs that are placed inside of milkshakes. This along with Beethoven symphony pushes him and his friends to roam the streets terrorizing the elderly, rob convenience stores, and rape women.
Pluto, not able to do anything else and probably relying on instinct alone, sinks his teeth into his master’s flesh. The narrator likens what happens next to a demon possessing him. In an uncontrollable fury, he takes out a pocket knife and carves Pluto’s eye o... ... middle of paper ... ...his wife’s body into the opening then reassembles the wall back where it was. He doesn’t see the cat again after he rebuilds the wall. After a few days the police come out and search every place in the house.
His wife greatly influenced him to kill as her ideas are horrific In the movie 'Macbeth on the Estate' the war at the beginning of the play is represented as a gang breaking into flats and beating people up. Macbeth enters the flats first which shows he is a leader. The beats in the music show speed of movement. Instead of swords and armour, we have pipes, hatchets and pepper spray. As they fight, Macbeth smashes the TV screen which has the National Lottery Draw being made shown on it.
The fashion of the time is for adolescents to do whatever they want, as careless adults are usually the victims of this “ultra-violence”. After a night of peddling “cancers and dengs”, mugging, gang-fighting with Billybob’s group, and raping a woman, the boys head back to the Korova milk bar. Dim insults Alex’s beloved classical music, which prompts the Alpha male to punch Dim. This major abuse of power outrages the three “droogs” and they agree to backstab Alex at the Manse job. The cat lady calls the police before being beaten to death by Alex, but Dim hits Alex in the eye with a chain, making him an easy target for police capture.