A Clockwork Orange - Part 2, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 5 Summary

Alex is continuing the treatment, but he no longer describes the violent films he is forced to watch. He had screamed and screamed for them to stop, but they would not.

After the last bit of film, they brought Alex back to his room where they gave him some food and tea. Dr. Brodsky's assistant, Dr. Branom, comes in and tells Alex that he should soon be feeling better, and, to Alex's surprise, that there will be two sessions the next day. He tells Alex that they have to be tough so that Alex can be cured.

Alex asks him why he feels so sick watching these films when he never felt that way when he was doing the acts of violence. Dr. Branom tells him that Alex is going through what he should have been feeling as he was growing...

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