Alex - This character is the fifteen-year-old narrator and protagonist of the novel. Like his "droogs," Dim, Georgie, and Pete, he speaks in Nadsat. He is witty, charming, intelligent, violent, sadistic, and totally without remorse for his actions.
F. Alexander - This character is a liberal and a writer, outraged at the government's repression of individual liberties.
Alex's Parents - These characters, whom Alex sometimes refers to as "pee and em," are passive though decent people. They behave in loving, if stereotypical, ways.
Billyboy - This character leads a rival gang with whom Alex and his droogs battle.
Dr. Branom - This character works with Dr. Brodsky to rid Alex of his free will and humanity through Ludovico's Technique. He is friendly but insincere.
Dr. Brodsky - Dr. Brodsky is the psychologist in charge of administering Ludovico's Technique on Alex. He is a hypocrite and is in many ways...
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