A Clockwork Orange | Study Guide

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A Clockwork Orange | Character Map

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Alex Arrogant teen in love with violence, classical music Rival follower Guinea pig Observer Hypocritical helper; victim Enforcer follower Ideological enemies Follower F. Alexander Anti-government writer, thinker; victim of violence Minister of Interior Influential bureaucrat; disregards personal liberties Pete Violent but malleable teen Georgie Ambitious teen eager for wealth Dim Slow-witted teen with powerful rage
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