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Banned Books: Exclusive hardback edition of 'A Clockwork Orange' free with The Independent
Published: 19 February 2007
Banned Books: Exclusive hardback edition of 'A Clockwork Orange' free with The Independent
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Banned Books is an exclusive collection of 25 cutting-edge titles, censored classics and literary landmarks by authors including Ernest Hemingway, Vladimir Nabokov, Franz Kafka, Andre Gide, Maya Angelou, William Burroughs, Kurt Vonnegut, Henry Miller and Ray Bradbury, specially published and packaged for Independent readers.

Their survival is a triumph of independent thought over the forces of repression, and a reminder of how exhilarating fiction at the cutting edge of the imagination can be. Every week, readers will be offered the featured title at a special discounted price. Each exclusive, collectable edition may be purchased directly from your newsagent, by calling a special free-phone number, or online.

This Saturday, to start your collection were giving away Anthony Burgess classic A Clockwork Orange free with every copy of The Independent print edition.

Then, every week, starting from Saturday, 3 March, print edition readers will have the opportunity to buy a new hardback copy of one of the following books, for only £3.49 when they buy a copy of The Independent.

Not a free freebie as you need to buy the paper so here it is...
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#1
I have always wanted this book, but never could, now I get it for free! If I buy the independant!!!!

The film is so bizzare!
#2
Kubrick was class, I'll be getting the paper tomorrow for the book :)
#3
thanks for this, gives me something to do tomorrow. Where can the book be received do you have to send off for it?
#4
Thanks for the pointer :)
#5
It's a great novel, one of my favourites along side 1984, but the film really disappointed me. The book is similar but so much less camp!
#6
Will be interesting to see if this is the European or American edition. The difference was that the European edition had an extra final chapter tagged onto the end, which explained Alex's integration back into society and reflecting on his droog days. The American version is the one which Kubrick read and adapted into a movie.

For anyone who hasnt read either editions, be warned that you will constantly be referring to a glossary of 'nadset' the made up language of Burgess's future vision (and I hope this isnt one of the editions that doesnt include a glossary or you will be quite stuck in understanding what the droogs are talking about most of the time!) By the end of the book you will be using the nadset language as if its your own, just dont adorn a bowler hat or the state will be after you.
#7
Rabbitmoon, be careful or you'll get a tolchock in the old yarblockoes.
#8
More info here: http://enjoyment.independent.co.uk/books/article2287632.ece

You can order all the pay ones here £3.49 each (free Delivery) http://www.pressoffers.co.uk/bannedbooks

I have not got the Independent today but notice there is a promo box when checking out this book so there might be a code in the paper today.

Here is a list of the £3.49 books available:

Anthony Burgess A Clockwork Orange free on 24 February
Ernest Hemingway A Farewell to Arms 3 March
Vladimir Nabokov Lolita 10 March
Aldous Huxley Brave New World 17 March
Franz Kafka Metamorphosis 24 March
Brendan Behan Borstal Boy 31 March
Gustave Flaubert Madame Bovary 7 April
Alexander Solzhenitsyn One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich 14 April
Erich Maria Remarque All Quiet on the Western Front 21 April
Leonard Cohen Beautiful Losers 28 April
Alan Paton Cry, the Beloved Country 5 May
Maya Angelou I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings 12 May
D.H. Lawrence Lady Chatterley's Lover 19 May
William Burroughs Naked Lunch 26 May
Edmund White A Boy's Own Story 2 June
J.P. Donleavy The Ginger Man 9 June
Kurt Vonnegut Slaughterhouse-Five 16 June
Mark Twain The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 23 June
Hubert Selby, Jr. Last Exit to Brooklyn 30 June
Niccolò Machiavelli The Prince 7 July
Reinaldo Arenas Singing from the Well 14 July
André Gide The Vatican Cellars 21 July
Henry Miller Tropic of Cancer 28 July
Taslima Nasrin Shame 4 August
Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit 451 11 August
#9
Thanks for the heads up schizoboy and kudos1uk
#10
Just bought the newspaper and the book was with it. Thanks for the tip. Voted hot+
#11
Just got the Paper and the book - Has some quotes from the movie film, cant wait to read it, and remince with the film. Il say it again a "bizzare" film with a sick twist to get anyone confused. hehe
#12
the independant version has 7 chapters and a glossary, which doesn't seem to be complete, but it is a free book.
#13
cheers!!! never say no to a book especially if its free! Besides, I'm always up for learning a new language!

Haven't even seen the film let alone read the book :giggle: so thanks for this!

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