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Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
A Clockwork Orange
2008 - Prometheus Award (Hall of Fame Award). Chosen by Time Magazine as one of the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005.Speculative fiction novel (1962) adapted to film in 1971 by Stanley Kubrick
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
Napoleon Symphony
A fictional recreation of the life and world of Napoleon Bonaparte
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
Earthly Powers
Memoirs of an 81 year-old homosexual writer. Shortlisted for the Booker prize.
Anthony Burgess
   was born on   
February 25, 1917
British novelist, critic and composer
Anthony Burgess
   was born in   
Harpurhey, England
1917-1993. Manchester. English novelist and critic
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
One Hand Clapping
Originally published under the pseudonym Joseph Kell.
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
Inside Mr Enderby
Volume 1 of the best-selling Enderby Quartet
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
1985
Inspired by, and was intended as a tribute to, George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Anthony Burgess
   said   
"The US Presidency is a Tudor Monarchy Plus Telephones"
British novelist, critic and composer
Anthony Burgess
   created the character   
Alex
A Clockwork Orange
Anthony Burgess
   created the character   
Janet Shirley
One Hand Clapping
Anthony Burgess
   created the character   
Georgie
A Clockwork Orange
Anthony Burgess
   created the character   
Dim
A Clockwork Orange
Anthony Burgess
   created the character   
Kenneth Toomey
Earthly Powers, 1980
Staja 84F
   was created by   
Anthony Burgess
State prison, from "A Clockwork Orange", 1962
Municipal Flatblock 18A
   was created by   
Anthony Burgess
Apartment where Alex lives with his parents, from "A Clockwork Orange"
Korova Milkbar
   was created by   
Anthony Burgess
From "A Clockwork Orange"
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
Little Wilson and Big God
Being the First Part of the Confessions of Anthony Burgess, 1986; English novelist, poet, playwright, composer, and critic
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
You've Had Your Time
Being the Second Part of the Confessions of Anthony Burgess (1990)
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
Joysprick
An Introduction to the Language of James Joyce, 1973
Anthony Burgess
   wrote   
Ninety-Nine Novels
The Best in English since 1939 [to 1983]






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