A Clockwork Orange - Part 3, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 5 Summary

Alex wakes up the next morning and begins to search the house for "A Clockwork Orange." When he finds it he is shocked to realize that the author is an Alex, too (F. Alexander is the man's name). Alex skims through the book which is all about how the government is turning deviants into machines. It talks about how we are all fruit growing on a world tree in a world orchard that God planted, because God wants us to love him.

F. Alexander calls Alex downstairs for breakfast adn tells him that he has been up for a while calling people. Alex slips up and asks how he called if he does not have a phone. F. Alexander asks why Alex thinks he does not have a phone, but then Alex covers it up. F. Alexander moves on and tells...

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