A Clockwork Orange - Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

During his second day of treatment, Alex continues to watch the films with the same reaction of nausea and stomach pain. As he is watching a film about Jews being slaughtered in Nazi Germany, he realizes that the music being played is his beloved Beethoven. The thought makes him vomit.

Dr. Brodsky then explains to Alex that he is using association to cure Alex. He explains that the violence will now be associated with the sick feeling. Alex at first thinks it is just the wires and the films, but then comes to realize that it is the injections that is causing the nausea.

Alex tries to tell the doctor that he is well now, reformed. Dr. Brodsky is not fooled and tells him that they still have a lot to do before Alex starts reacting properly to the violence. He...

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