A PROOF RECORDING KUBRICK'S DETAILED ATTENTION TO THE PRINTED MONUMENT TO ONE OF HIS GREATEST CINEMATIC ACHIEVEMENTS. Kubrick attempted in this book to provide a more adequate representation of the visual nature of his disturbing masterpiece A Clockwork Orange than was possible with the publication of a screenplay. It is clear from the extensive nature of the corrections that he was determined to maintain the same tight creative control over the book as he did over his films: there are very precise changes to layout, for example, and the egotistical side of Kubrick's nature is surely present in the removal of critical praise for Malcolm McDowell's performance as Alex, leaving only the critics' testaments of Kubrick's own undoubted genius. The corrections that are not by Kubrick himself are likely to be in the hands of his assistant Andros Epaminondas or his secretary Margaret Adams.
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