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In Anthony Burgess's influential nightmare of the future, the criminals take over after dark. Teen gang leader Alex narrates in fantastically inventive slang that echoes the violent intensity of youth rebelling against society. This edition includes the controversial last chapter not published in the 1962 American version, as well as the author's introduction, A Clockwork Orange Resucked.
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Looks like a nasty little shocker, but is really that rare thing in English letters: a philosophical novel. A terrifying and marvelous book.--Roald Dahl A very funny book.--William S. Burroughs A fine farrago of outrageousness.... If you don't take to it all, then I can't resist calling you a starry ptitsa who can't viddy a horrorshow veshch when it's in front of your glazzies. And yarbles to you.--Kingsley Amis One of the most groundbreaking and influential novels of all time?and one of the best.--Irvine Welsh A nasty little shocker.--Times Literary Supplement All Mr. Burgess's powers as a comic writer, which are considerable, have gone into the rich language of his inverted Utopia.--Malcolm Bradbury Extraordinary technical feat.--New Statesman A Clockwork Orange... is a book that can still be read with steady pleasure, continuous amusement and--at times--incredulous admiration.--Martin Amis
Anthony Burgess (1917-1993) is the author of many works, including The Wanting Seed, Nothing Like the Sun, and Re Joyce. On David Bowie's Book List, A Clockwork Orange is a 100 best novels of Time magazine and Modern Library.