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A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 

  • Avenues
    • Amis Avenue
      • Street. Alex: "So we went into the Duke of New York on Amis Avenue and sure enough in the snug there were three or four old baboochkas peeting their black and suds on SA (State Aid)."
    • Attlee Avenue
      • Street. Alex: "Well, we went off now round the corner to Attlee Avenue, and there was this sweets and cancers shop still open."
    • Boothby Avenue
      • Street. Alex: "So we scatted out into the big winter nochy and walked down Marghanita Boulevard and then turned into Boothby Avenue, and there we found what we were pretty well looking for, a malenky jest to start off the evening with."
    • Kingsley Avenue
      • Location of Alex's apartment building, Minicipal Flatblock 18A (between Kingsley Avenue and Wil-sonsway)
  • Books-Other
    • A Clockwork Orange
      • Book by F. Alexander. "It's a book, I said. "It's a book what you are writing." I made the old goloss very coarse. "I have always had the strong-est admiration for them as can write books." Then I looked at its top sheet, and there was the name - A Clockwork Orange - and I said: "That's a fair gloopy title. Who ever heard of a clockwork orange?"
    • The Miracle Of The Snowflake
      • Book.
  • Books-Reference
    • Elementary Crystallography
      • Book.
  • Boulevards
    • Marghanita Boulevard
      • Street. Alex: "So we scatted out into the big winter nochy and walked down Marghanita Boulevard and then turned into Boothby Avenue, and there we found what we were pretty well looking for, a malenky jest to start off the evening with."
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Home
      • Cottage in the country that Alex and his droogs attack during their surprise visit. "The Luna was well up now, and we could viddy this cottage fine and clear as I eased up and put the brake on, the other three giggling like bezoomny, and we could viddy the name on the gate of this cottage veshch was HOME, a gloomy sort of a name."
    • The Manse
      • House where Alex's droogs set him up to be arrested. Alex: "So we came nice and quiet to this domy called the Manse, and there were globe lights outside on iron stalks, like guarding the front door on each side, and there was a light like dim on in one of the rooms on the ground level, and we went to a nice patch of street dark to watch through the window what was ittying on."
  • Games
    • Surprise Visit
      • Random home invasion game that Alex and his droogs play. Alex: "What we were after now was the old surprise visit. That was a real kick and good for smecks and lashings of the ultra-violent."
  • Languages
    • Nadsat
      • A Russified version of English, that was "meant to muffle the raw response we expect from pornography. It turns the book into a linguistic adventure."
  • Magazines-Other
    • Goal
      • Magazine. Alex: "I lay on the bed thinking this was like real heaven, and I read some of the mags they'd given me - 'Worldsport', 'Sinny' (this being a film mag) and 'Goal'."
    • Sinny
      • Magazine. Alex: "I lay on the bed thinking this was like real heaven, and I read some of the mags they'd given me - 'Worldsport', 'Sinny' (this being a film mag) and 'Goal'."
  • Magazines-Sports
    • Worldsport
      • Magazine. Alex: "I lay on the bed thinking this was like real heaven, and I read some of the mags they'd given me - 'Worldsport', 'Sinny' (this being a film mag) and 'Goal'."
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • The Ludovico Technique
      • A form of aversion therapy that Alex is subjected to - he is injected with nausea-inducing drug while watching violent films, eventually conditioning him to become severely ill at the mere thought of violence.
  • Music Albums
    • Das Bettzeug
      • Opera by Friedrich Gitter-fenster. Alex: "It was from an opera by Friedrich Gitter-fenster called 'Das Bettzeug', and it was the bit where she's snuffing it with her throat cut, and the slovos are 'Better like this maybe'."
  • Neighborhoods
    • Oldtown
      • Neighborhood. Alex: "Just past the Duke of New York going east was offices and then there was the starry beat-up biblio and then was the bolshy flatblock called Victoria Flatblock after some victory or other, and then you came to the like starry type houses of the town in what was called Oldtown."
    • Priestly Place
      • Neighborhood where Alex and his droogs find the Durange 95. "What we needed now was an auto, so we turned left coming out of the alley, knowing right away we were in Priestly Place as soon as we viddied the big bronze statue of some starry poet with an apey upper lip and a pipe stuck in a droopy old rot."
  • Newspapers
    • The Weekly Trumpet
      • Newspaper.
  • Songs
    • You Blister My Paint
      • Pop singer. Alex: "The stereo was on and you got the idea that the singer's goloss was moving from one part of thebar to another, flying up to the ceiling and then swooping down again and whizzing from wall to wall. It was Berti Laski rasping a real starry oldie called 'You Blister My Paint'.
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Taylor Place
      • Street. Alex: "I got the autobus from the corner and rode to Center, and then I walked back to Taylor Place, and there was the disc-bootick I favoured with my inestimable custom, O my brothers."
    • Wil-sonsway
      • Location of Alex's apartment building, Minicipal Flatblock 18A (between Kingsley Avenue and Wil-sonsway)

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