According to a psychoanalytical point of view, cannibalism can be interpreted as an act of love. Er, we were wondering about your hair pulled down on your forehead.
We all have it. This may well happen and we may well so change our cultural thinking, our moral thinking, that we will accept it It seems to me a far more reasonable solution than abortion which is genuine murder, and I do base my hatred of abortion on a very simple theory and that is, that everybody has a right to be born, but nobody has a right to live.
The English language has certain virtues which are not possessed, for instance, by the Italian language, which is the language that surrounds me at the moment, it is a highly flexible language, a language willing to change, a language willing to discard all its grammar and, this is very important, to amass as big a vocabulary as it possibly can.
This is a terrible thing to do.
It also talks about a private happening in your life, an element of biography involved? In effect the book A Clockwork Orange says that it is better for a man to do evil of his own free will than for the state to turn him into a machine which can only do good.
What harm is one doing? I tried to be a composer for many, many years, and I found the writing of music very difficult because the mere physical labour of setting down on paper, notes for the instruments of the orchestra is wearing in itself.
I do accept the fundamental Christian tenet that man is born in original sin: Now, if, when, we get to that stage, all art is culpable; and I prefer to say that elements in man which produce violence, which produce murder and rape, are already there and are not likely to be instigated, or even prevented, by a work of art.
But where we must be careful, I think, is in this area where the word progress appears. One has to get out, but I do find that living in Italy I am up against a very severe problem, and it is the problem of not being surrounded by my own language.
But it may very well be that one of our solutions to the coming problem of famine is cannibalism, we may be going to our supermarkets and buying cans of meat which are called Mensch, or something like that, and these will be acceptable because we do, in fact, accept all kinds of nameless meats, seasoned with sodium nitrate, that we find on the shelves of supermarkets.
Let me try to explain what I mean: The tale represents an ironic dissertation of governmental achievements in the dystopian world regardless of the evidential facts of unworthy lifestyles, shaped through the prosperity of evil and destruction.
It is said that young boys see this film, and I believe in England now young girls also, and then they go round imitating what they have seen in the film.
I get up in the morning, have my breakfast and do my job but, and I say this to all writers, every writer must try and write at least one thousand words every day; no more, no less. Then another cultural check would be cannibalism? The torture causes him to become ill and his new character portrays a humble, kind and begging personality.Freedom of Choice In the novel A Clockwork Orange, the author Anthony Burgess tells a story about a young man name Alex and his friends, every night they go around and start committing violent acts.
ANTHONY BURGESS INTERVIEWED IN ITALY IN ABOUT: A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (and other subjects in general) Interviewer: What literary significance does this book [A Clockwork Orange] have? A.B.: In a sense this book does state what I’m always trying to state in my work; that man is free, that man was granted the gift of free will and that he can choose, and that if he decides to choose evil.
In the novel, A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess, the protagonist, Alex is faced with many opportunities to make choices. Although the majority of Alex’s choices are bad, they are still choices. quotes from Anthony Burgess: 'Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.', 'Every grain of experience is food for the greedy growing soul of the artist.', and 'Is it better for a man to have chosen evil than to have good imposed upon him?'.
- Freedom in A Clockwork Orange A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess tells a story about a young man and his choices of freedom. The book asks the question "is it better to have someone constantly do the right thing, or to have the freedom of choice to do the right or wrong thing".
quotes from A Clockwork Orange: ‘Is it better for a man to have chosen evil than to have good imposed upon him?’ “The important thing is moral choice. Evil has to exist along with good, in order that moral choice may operate.
Life is sustained by the grinding opposition of moral entities.” ― Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork.Download