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Language and Violence in A Clockwork Orange

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    Identifier: TFG:6192
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    López Neila, Álvaro
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    Creation date in repository: 2023-07-25
    Abstract: This dissertation aims to analyse the role that language plays in the portrayal violence, one of the main topics in the novel A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. Through this analysis, it is observed that this relationship between language and violence is mostly affected by the speaker who puts its violent intentions into the language that is being used. For this reason, it is thought that within act of communicating, it is the person who choses violence and language only works as the mean through which it is conveyed.
    Subject: Filologia
    Language: en
    Subject areas: Filología Philology Filologia
    Department: Estudis Anglesos i Alemanys
    Student: López Neila, Álvaro
    Academic year: 2021-2022
    Title in different languages: Lengua y Violencia en La Naranja Mecánica Language and Violence in A Clockwork Orange Llengua i Violència a La Taronja Mecànica
    Work's public defense date: 2022-06-14
    Access rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
    Keywords: Lengua, violencia, Nadsat Language, violence, Nadsat Llengua, violència, Nadsat
    Confidenciality: No
    TFG credits: 9
    Title in original language: Language and Violence in A Clockwork Orange
    Project director: Lamarca Margalef, Jorge
    Education area(s): Anglès
    Entity: Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV)
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