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    160 09 Nov24 160 09 Nov24 Presentation Transcript

    • A Clockwork Orange November 24, 2009
    • Today
      • A Clockwork Orange Quiz
      • ACWO introduction
      • Jeopardy Quotation Selection
    • Next Few Classes
      • November 24: ACWO and language
      • November 26: ACWO and free will/choice
      • December 1: ACWO and Kubrick
      • December 3: ACWO “Modern Youth” Conference
      • December 8: Final Exam Jeopardy
      • December 10: Final Exam Jeopardy
    • Anthony Burgess
      • 1917-1993
      • Linguist
    • Anthony Burgess
      • Autobiography within novel
        • Wife
        • Tumour
    • Language Change
      • List 2 terms you use now that signify a certain age
      • List 2 terms that would date someone now (eg from movie or music)
    • Nadsat (= teenage)
      • English
        • Shakespeare
      • English
      • Russian
      • Slang
        • Why can we still understand this?
          • Jabberwocky
          • Nouns, verbs, adjectives
    • Why Nadsat?
      • Not dated
      • Brainwashing
      • Distinguishing gang members
        • 7
        • Jail scene
      • Distinguishing adults from teens
        • Gaining entrance for B&E jobs
      • Study: shows people can understand it from context
      • Burgess a linguist
    • Others can’t understand
      • 29-30
      • 76
      • 82
      • 138-139
      • Argot
        • Cant (63-64)
        • 66 (new kid)
    • Nadsat (=teenage)
      • Cockney
        • Apples ‘n pears = stairs
        • Butcher’s hook = look
        • Cutter
        • Polly
    • Nadsat (=teenage)
      • Russian
        • Groodies (“grud”)
        • Biblio (“biblioteka”)
        • Horrorshow (“kharasho”)
        • Britva (“britva”)
    • Nadsat
      • Slang
        • Cancers
        • Sinny
      • “ Baby talk”
        • Baddiwad
        • Eggiweg
        • Jammiwam
        • Skolliwoll
        • Steaky Wake
    • Nadsat
      • Portmanteau (eg “smog”)
        • Chumble (chatter + mumble)
        • Crark (crow + bark)
        • Skriking (scratch + strike)
    • Malchicks will be Malchicks   My gloopy droogs rabbit at a bolshy pop disc store. Every day they fill their carmans with plenty of crasted pretty polly and vonny cancers, smecking all the time. The baddiwadest droog has a horrorshow goloss, always warbling for the sharps each and every nochy. It all ended, though, when the millicents skvatted him down by the biblio. They tolchocked him in his gulliver, and now he’s their plenny. You can viddy all this in the latest gazetta.
    • Boys will be boys   My stupid friends work at a big record store. Every day they fill their pockets with plenty of stolen money and smelly cigarettes, laughing all the time. The worst friend has a good voice, always singing for the women each and every night. It all ended, though, when the police grabbed him down by the library. They hit him in his head, and now he’s their prisoner. You can see all this in the latest newspaper.
    • Jeopardy Selections
      • Group 1: “Cathedral”
      • Group 2: “Araby”
      • Group 3: “A Rose for Emily”
      • Group 4: “Boys and Girls”
      • Group 5: “A&P”
      • Group 6: “The Things They Carried”
      • Group 7: “A Good Man is Hard to Find”
      • Look at your group’s text; write down three quotations