A Clockwork Orange - Part 3, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 6 Summary

Alex jumped from the window, but reminds us that he can't have died or he would not have been able to narrate the novel. He wakes up in the hospital having broken many bones. During this time he falls in and out of consciousness. The next time he wakes, he sees some doctors and the chaplain there. The chaplain tells Alex that he has left he prison and is now preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. He could not bear what the government was doing to people.

While Alex sleeps, he has dreams of being emptied and refilled with something clean. Then he has beautifully violent dreams. Upon waking next, he sees his parents there, weeping. Alex can finally talk a bit more clearly and asks them how they can possibly feel welcome. They apologize for kicking him out and tell...

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