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ENG ISU Seminar

By: Trevor Plumley
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Trevor Plumley

on 12 January 2011

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Transcript of ENG ISU Seminar

Exploring Violence in Literature A Seminar by Trevor Plumley A Clockwork Orange
Slaughterhouse Five Anthony Burgess Kurt Vonnegut Introduction Violence Controversy Thesis Violence is exhibited adversely by portraying itself through the eyes of the prisoner in Slaughterhouse Five and the eyes of the assaulter in A Clockwork Orange The Prisoner in Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five Billy Pilgrim War Captive of War Time Travel Prisoner of the Mind Abduction Prisoner of Aliens Concluding Slaughterhouse
Five The Assaulter in Burgess' A Clockwork Orange Violence of the Youth Effect of Prison Treatment Revenge Concluding A Clockwork Orange Conclusion of the Seminar
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