Oh my brothers, viddy your glazzies on this book, it's quite horrorshow! Written in the first person, using a language called nadsat that Burgess adapted from Russian, this dystopian future is filled with sex, violence and youthful droogs as they go through their daily life in England, choosing between good and evil. Happy 50th birthday A Clockwork Orange. —Recommended by Don, City Lights Books
Anthony Burgess' modern classic of youthful violence and social redemption, reissued to include the controversial last chapter not previously published in this country, with a new introduction by the author.