Anthony Burgess

 
Born in Manchester in 1917, Anthony Burgess was educated at Xaverian College in that city and at Manchester University. He served in the army from 1940 to 1946 and as an education officer in Malaya and Brunei from 1954 to 1959. He published more than 50 books (including A Clockwork Orange and his masterpiece, Earthly Powers) and composed around 250 musical works. He was created a Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres by President Mitterrand of France and a Commandeur de Mérite Culturel by Prince Rainier of Monaco. He died in London in 1993. His books are still read all over the world.

(external link : www.anthonyburgess.org)
 
Anthony Burgess - Conversations with the Anthony Burgess cassette archives - 1964-1993 (2 CD)
2019
Sub Rosa
An intimate audio archive of the British novelist, coupled with a 18-track sonic portrait of Burgess by invited artists and musicians.
Anthony Burgess - Conversations with the Anthony Burgess cassette archives - 1964-1993 (2 vinyl LP)
2019
Sub Rosa
An intimate audio archive of the British novelist, coupled with a 18-track sonic portrait of Burgess by invited artists and musicians.


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