Exposition: Alex committing different types of crime. The exposition portrays Alex committing horrible crimes in order to show the audience that he is a character that encompasses no kindness. He shows a keen interest in classical music and relates it with violence. The way he describes violence is almost aesthetically. He appears to be insecure about how much control he holds. It is also shown that he holds power over his parents. Inciting force: When Alex is caught by the police. Alex goes on his usual routine of havocing chaos, however this time his plan didn’t go as planned. The old lady fought back with her cats and Alex killed her in self-defense. While escaping, Dim, one of his droogs, blinds him and betrays Alex. Alex is then caught by the police and taken to prison.Rising action: Alex receives the Ludovico’s technique. As time passes, Alex grows comfortable in prison. He plays the stereo for the Chaplain and gains his favor. After gaining the Chaplain’s favor he was able to learn about a program that allows criminals to be released sooner. During this time period, Alex gets into a fight with the new prisoner and nominated for the Ludovico’s treatment. He is forced to watch films that show brutal violence after getting a shot that makes him feel nauseous. Soon, Dr. Brodsky and Bronom play Beethoven’s Fifth symphony with these violent films taking away all of the things he found pleasure in. Alex is now not able to commit violence without a sickening feeling following him taking part in violence in any form. Climax: Alex is released from prison and goes back to the real world. After returning to society, he receives taunting and stares from people. He returns to his home and finds out that he had been replaced by a stranger. He has lost all of his aggressiveness and therefore lost his right as the son. He leaves his home and wanders the streets receiving more harassment from the public.He then wanders into the library where he meets Jack, a person he had harassed earlier on in the story, gets his revenge by beating him up with other scholars. He calls for anyone to call the police, highlighting his position in society – victim. The officers arrive and use brutal force to stop the assailants however it is revealed that the officers were members of his prior gang. Billyboy and Dim take advantage of the state Alex is in and beats him senseless. Alex then seeks shelter in HOME, ironically the place where he raped the woman in. The owner takes him in and helps him recover himself. It is revealed that the owner is F. Alexander and that he believes that the government holds responsibility for his wife’s death. He plans to use Alex to push his propaganda, however he finds out that Alex is the person who had broken into his house and raped his wife. He locks Alex in a room and plays classical music torturing him and forcing Alex to jump out the window.Falling Action: Alex is admitted to the hospital and returns to his previous state. He is admitted to the hospital and gets a blood transfusion which reverses the Ludovico’s treatment. He starts dreaming of violence in the same gleeful manner. The Minister of Interior offers him a good job after he recuperates.Denouement: He is reflecting on his youth. In the last chapter, he appears to act the same way until a photo of a baby falls out of his pocket. His new gang sees it and rips it up. He calls them immature and leaves after telling them to continue without him. He runs into Pete, a former member of the gang, and sees him with his wife. He is surprised to see how much Pete had grown into an adult. This makes him wonder how he would raise his future son. These thoughts show that Alex is starting to mature. CharacterCharacter: AlexRole in Story: Anti-Hero, narrator Traits (adj.): manipulative, evil, youthfulSignificance of Character: He is a fifteen year old boy that commits many evil doings. Without any known obvious reason for his evil acts, he can be considered inherently evil and takes pleasure in violence. He is able to save his face by acting the way society wants in order to escape his crimes.Character: F. AlexanderRole in Story: Opposer of governmentTraits (adj): intellectual, compassionate, deceitfulSignificance of Character: He can sacrifice anyone in order to better mankind as a whole. This can be seen when he calls Alex a “victim of modern age”. He also was planning to use Alex to further his propaganda that the government does more harm than good.Character: Minister of the InteriorRole in Story: Supporter of governmentTraits (adj): repressive, manipulative, pragmatistSignificance of Character: He represents the controlling part of the government. He is okay with the fact that free will is given up in order to make the person do good. He is also willing to do anything in order to make the ends meet.Significance of Quotations (minimum of 5) 1) “What is it going to be then,eh?”- Alexander p.g. 1Thematic significance: This quote appears in the three parts of this book emphasizing the the free will he had prior to the imprisonment, during his imprisonment and after his imprisonment. It shows the importance of choice. It is evident that Alex had every right to choose his deed. During the second part of the novel, he wasn’t able to choose his actions and was restricted by the government. During the third part of the novel, he is only left with one liable option. This repetition allows for the narrator to emphasize the states of free will throughout the novel.2) “‘The attempt to impose upon man, a creature of growth and capable of sweetness, to ooze juicily at the last round the bearded lips of God, to attempt to impose, I say, laws and conditions appropriate to a mechanical creation, against this I raise my sword-pen'”. -Alexander p.g. 21-22Thematic significance: This is the excerpt from the book “A Clockwork Orange” by a character in the book “A Clockwork Orange”. It encompasses the main theme that the government strives to stifle the individuality of its citizens. 3) “A man who cannot choose ceases to be a man” – F.Alexander p.g. 156Thematic significance: This stresses the need for humans for the ability to choose good and evil. This allows for the good deeds to have meaning rather than mechanized manner. 4) “Is a man who chooses evil perhaps in some way better than a man who has the good imposed upon him?” – Prison Chaplain p.g. 95Thematic significance: He refers to Ludovico’ Treatment being cruel and unusual. He states that the human’s ability to have an option isn’t something that should be tampered with. 5) “But what I do I do because I like to do”. – Alexander p.g.40Thematic significance: It shows that he is inherently evil without cause making many people like P.R. Deltoid confused. Alex lives a comfortable life without any influence of evil around him however he chooses to commit evil.SettingLocation:Significance:Location: Staja 84FSignificance:SymbolsSymbol: Korova milk barSignificance: The milk that is offered in Korova Milk bar symbolizes comfort and nurturing. The milk flows from a mother, who is always symbolized for care and motherhood. Although it is a symbol of innocence, the mannequins who are white ( which symbolizes purity), are positioned in sexual poses. The milk that they produce is also ironically tainted with drugs. This symbolizes Alex’s character who is innocent but also brutal. Symbol: ludwig van beethoven’s ninth symphonySignificance: The Ninth Symphony symbolizes the heights and depths of human existence and human experiences. This just like Alex’s life when he drops low from Mr. Alexander’s window trying to escape the sickness the techniques make him feel. Later, when the symphony is played he knows he has reached his highest point of when he realizes that is cured of the sickness. This point represent his personal glory.Symbol: Night and DarknessSignificance: Throughout the story, Alex has done almost all of his crimes, except for one, at night in the darkness. Alex believes that everyone is scared at night and also states that everyone should be scared at night. Alex and his gang speak differently at night so that they can have privacy. Because nighttime gives privacy and secrecy.Significance of the Opening Scene : The opening sentence starts with the quote “What is it going to be then, eh?” to give the readers the impression that he has choices. The opening scene allows the readers to enter the world that Alex is in. The language also allows the readers to immerse themselves in their world. The beginning revealed that Alex is not the hero but a tool to show the readers the truth behind his work.Significance of the Closing Scene : At the end, the protagonist is revealed to have character growth and a new conscience. Imagining Alex with a picture of baby in his pocket shows that he does in fact have pity for people who cannot defend themselves. He also uses his encounter with Pete and his wife to reflect on his future. It leaves an optimistic ending which differs from the rest of the book. Thematic Subjects (minimium of 3)1) Subject: Free WillThematic Statements: The ability to choose allows humanity to exist.In other words, taking away the ability to determine their choice gives no meaning to their pre-decided decision. This means that doing good without a choice is meaningless.2) Subject: GovernmentThematic Statements: By oppressing the people with laws and codes, it takes away the individuality of the people. It is expressed throughout the book that the government was controlling and only cared for the welfare of the society rather than the individuals of the society. 3) Subject: MoralityThematic Statements: In order to do a good deed, one must have the intentions in order to have meaning.This is one of the most controversial claim because Alex represent the entity of evil therefore it only seems fair that he is forced to only act good. However, the book shows this is inhumane because it not only takes away the morality from doing good, but it drives the protagonist to suicide.