A Clockwork Orange - Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary

Alex is wheeled into a room with a big movie screen and what looks like a denist's chair. He has to be assisted into the chair, as he is so weak. They strap him down to the chair, including taping his eyes open, and Alex keeps telling them this must be a great film if they have to hold him down. He watches as they pin wires to his head and chest.

Dr. Brodsky, a fat man with curly hair, comes in and surveys the situation. Alex then hears the humming of the equipment being turned on. The movie begins. It involves scene after scene of bloody and increasing violence. Alex watches the films wondering if the video was real, but also becoming more nauseous as it continues.

After a few films, the staff stops the movies, and Dr. Brodsky tells...

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