BURGESS, Anthony

(1917 - 1993)
“Language exists less to record the actual than to liberate the imagination.”

Anthony Burgess' most famous novel A Clockwork Orange formed the basis for the controversial Stanley Kubrick film. Other works include The Malayan Trilogy, which drew heavily upon his experiences in Malaya and novels written under the pseudonym of Joseph Kell. 

A keen musician, Burgess composed several full-scale works for orchestra.

In 1984 Burgess revealed his choice of the best novels written in English since 1939. Known among book collector's as "Burgess's Ninety-Nine Novels" the list is accompanied by a clear and impassioned argument in support of each of his choices.

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Inside Mr. Enderby

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One Hand Clapping

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