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A clockwork orange : authoritative text, backgrounds and contexts criticism /

Anthony Burgess ; edited by Mark Rawlinson.

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Main Author: Burgess, Anthony
Other Names: Rawlinson, Mark.
Published: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., ©2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
Series: Norton critical edition.
Topics: Teenage boys - Fiction. | Criminals - Fiction. | Science-Fiction. | Satire. | Englisch. | Clockwork orange (Motion picture) | Burgess, Anthony, 1917-1993. Clockwork orange. | Kubrick, Stanley - Criticism and interpretation.
Genres: Satire. | Science fiction. | Satire. | Satire. | Science fiction.
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[Pt. 1.0] The text of A clockwork orange -- Notes on the text = -- A glossary of Nadsat terms.
[Pt. 2.1] Backgrounds and contexts : Anthony Burgess on A clockwork orange -- [Writing A clockwork orange] -- [Pelagian versus Augustinian] -- [Aesthetics versus ethics] -- "Review" of Stanley Kubrick's film -- [The American A clockwork orange] -- [Print versus cinema] -- On Stanley Kubrick -- Interview -- [Human perfectibility, dystopias, and violence] -- [U.K. versus U.S. editions] -- A clockwork orange resucked -- [Origins and adaptations]
[Pt. 2.2] Cultural settings -- The Teddy Boy / Paul Rock and Stanley Cohen -- [Behavior modification] / B.F. Skinner -- [Against "autonomous man"] / John R. Platt -- ["Menticide"] / Joost A. M. Meerloo -- [Brain-washing] / William Sargant -- [Art and morality] / George Steiner.
[Pt. 3.1] Criticism : on Burgess's novel -- Review / Robert Taubman -- Review / Anonymous -- Horrorshow on Amis Avenue / Julian Mitchell -- Review / Diana Josselson -- Review / Robert Gorham Davis -- [Composition] / Andrew Biswell -- [Structure and human growth] / Philip E. Ray -- [Dualism, not progress] / Rubin Rabinovitz -- [U.S. audiences] / David Lodge -- [Revisions of the "myth"] / William Hutchings -- [Nadsat, empathy, and distance] / Esther Petix -- [Linguistic invention] / Julie Carson -- [Anti-language] / Roger Fowler -- [Burgess and Russian] / Zinovy Zinik -- [Burgess and music] / Paul Phillips -- -- [The family] / Kenneth Womack and Todd F. Davis -- [Education, masculinity, and violence] / Geoffrey Sharpless -- [Circularity] / Shirley Chew -- [Fashion and masculinity] / Berthold Schoene-Harwood -- [Dystopias] / Patrick Parrinder -- [Pelagianism and augustinianism] / Geoffrey Aggeler -- [Free will and Ludovico's technique] / Samuel McCracken -- [Punishment] / Trevor J. Saunders -- [Rebellion and accommodation] / Sam Johnson -- [Language and social control] / Robbie B.H. Goh.
[Pt. 3.2] Criticism : on Stanley Kubrick's film -- [Subcultural appropriations] / Peter Hughes Jachimmiak -- [Freedom] / Steven M. Cahn -- Review / Vincent Canby -- Review / Pauline Kael -- Horror show / Christopher Ricks -- Interview with Stanley Kubrick / Philip Strick and Penelope Houston -- A clockwork orange / Don Daniels -- [Violence] / Alexander Walker -- [Juvenile delinquency and censorship] / Philip French -- [Screen violence and the audience] / Thomas Elsaesser -- [Cinema censorship] / Tom Dewe Mathews -- [Press sensationalism and copycat violence] / Julian Petley.

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