Anthony Burgess


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Noun1.Anthony Burgess - English writer of satirical novels (1917-1993)
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A Anthony Burgess B Iris Murdoch C Sir William Golding D Joyce Cary 12.
A George Orwell B Anthony Burgess C Tim Lott D Tom Clancy 15.
The Lowry / thelowry.com / 0343 208 6000 / Tuesday and Wednesday, July 10 / PS6 Exhibition / Anthony Burgess and Modernism Manchester-born author Anthony Burgess - best known, of course, for his classic dystopian satire A Clockwork Orange - was hugely inspired by modernism throughout his career.
An unfinished manuscript by Anthony Burgess, exploring the social and moral panic caused by his novel A Clockwork Orange and its film adaptation, was recently found among papers abandoned at his home in Italy during the 1970s.
Based on Anthony Burgess's decline-of-civilisation novel, the 1971 film remains a chilling, thrilling and unsettling cinematic vision of violence and social control.
A Kurt Vonnegut Jr B Anthony Burgess C John Fowles D Edna O'Brien 6.
Mark Anthony Burgess threatened to "punch the face in" of a villager's son if he wasn't paid a four-figure sum for drainage work on a garden.
Since Anthony Burgess first unleashed his 1962 novel A Clockwork Orange into the world, it has inevitably found itself followed by a cloud of controversy across a variety of mediums.
THE Liverpool Everyman Company presents the stage adaptation of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange.
Initially acclaimed by Somerset Maugham and Anthony Burgess, soon after his death Lodwick's novels fell out of fashion and they have largely remained out-of-print since.
The 1971 film was based on Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel of the same name.
Where Anthony Burgess sought to conjure a world of abstract flair and inexplicable cruelty in A Clockwork Orange, Yi strikes a far deeper chord, delving into the mind of a youth whose lethal motivations are abundantly and undeniably troubling.