By using a quote from Shakespeare's The Tempest, this classic novel shows how the 'Brave New World' isn't so new or brave after all.
Imagine a world where humans are bred like cattle, but in a spa.
In one respect, A Clockwork Orange is of its time. Written in 1961 when the 'teenager' as an entity had just come about, (complete with its own language, dress code, music and culture) the novel deals with this 'problem', finds a solution and then considers the consequences.
Barren. The story, the landscape, the characters, the diction, the punctuation, the road.
A classic science fiction story depicting a future American dystopia. Only it's not really the future because we are already there.
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