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1A. THE NATIONAL COLLAE NEWSPAPER

Dollars and Sens NOVEMBER 1989

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NOVEMBER 1989 and Art

U. THE NATION COLLEGE NEWS

Career&
T NAT A C L E
THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER

Life with engaged roommates is not always blis:

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By Sandi Haraguchi
The Daily Universe
Brigham Young U.
While engaged couples may be bliss-
fully happy, their roommates often pay
the price, according to some students at
Brigham Young U.
Senior Beck Locey, who has lived with
four engaged roommates, said his initial
reactions to the engagements were pos-
itive.
"It's really great for the first little
while. Then it starts to get old because
you just got another roommate, his
Orange
Continued from page 8
lished 25 years ago, is the tale of a
young 21st century thug who is
"reformed" by the state through behav-
ior programming. The book's concepts
grew out of ideas in Huxley's "Brave
New World" and Orwell's "1984," giving
the work a depth of rich literary tradi-
tion. For the novel, Burgess created
Nadsat, his own language, a complex
linguistic marriage of English and
Russian prefixes and suffixes.
The book was made into a movie by
director Stanley Kubrick. In the book
and movie's classic ending Alex
returns to his violent ways, laughingly
stating, "I was cured all right."
And there, for a quarter century, the
story ended. The problem is that the 21st
chapter is a denouement, and it changes
the book's entire meaning.
...My New York publisher believed
that my 21st chapter was a sellout,"
Burgess writes in a new introduction to
the text. "It was veddy, veddy, British,
don't you know. It was bland and it
showed a Pelagian unwillingness to
accept that a human being could be a
model of unregenerable evil...."
In the "missing" 21stchapter, the de-
programmed Alex simply grows bored
with violence. He sees it as the pastime
of the young and comes to realize that
he feels a need to do something produc-
tive with his life - to get married, have
children and build, as opposed to
destroy. The 21st chapter shows him
envisioning this new future.
"There was Your Humble Narrator
Alex coming home from work to a good
hot plate of dinner, and there was this
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loving.
"But I could not viddy her all that hor-
rorshow, brothers, I could not think who
it might be...in a cot was laying gurgling
goo goo goo my son. Yes yes yes brothers,
my son. And now I felt this bolshy big
hollow inside my plott, feeling very sur-
prised too at myself. I knew what was
happening, 0 my brothers. I was like
growing up."
The question, of course, is whether the
chapter adds to or detracts from the con-
ceptual design of"A Clockwork Orange."
Unfortunately, a human being can be
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innocent vision, but if he is to convey it
in a novel there still must be character
motivation and believability.
Nevertheless, this re-issue is impor-
tant. As the publisher's note mentions,
"Whichever is true, the larger truth is
that 'A Clockwork Orange' is a modern
classic which must, indeed, be made
available to Anthony Burgess's
American readers precisely in the form
he wishes it to be."

fiancee," Locey said. "At the same time,
you're losing a good friend.
"I went through a lot of pain because I
couldn't figure out at first why one of my
best friends suddenly wouldn't talk with
me - and we lived in the same apart-
ment."
According to Joel J. Moss, a BYU pro-
fessor of family sciences who teaches a
preparation-for-marriage class, an
engagement is "a way of telling the other
roommates goodbye."
"What they experience will vary from
roommate to roommate. What generally
happens, however, is that roommates

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will tend to look at the formal engage-
ment to mean 'don't intrude.'This is hard
for a roommate who has been a close
friend."
The issue of privacy is also sensitive
for some roommates. Senior Hilda
Fontanet, who has lived with five
engaged women at BYU, said she herself
frequently felt intruded upon. "One time
I was changing and my roommate came
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and I had to say 'Excuse me, this is my
room, too. Will you please let me change?'
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One possible reason for su
according to Moss, is that p
know how to act when their
become engaged.
"The engagement becomes
between the roommates," he
Others simply may not like
mate's spouse-to-be. Fontane
ple, said she and her roomr
concerned and unhappy with
mate's choice.
"He wasn't good enough for
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