Anthony Burgess: A Biography
Macmillan, 4 feb. 2014 - 480 pagina's
Interviewer: "On what occasions do you lie?" Anthony Burgess: "When I write, when I speak, when I sleep."
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1939 Short story,'Grief', isawarded five guineas asthebest piece of undergraduate writing, judged by Harold Nicolson. Meets Llewela (Lynne) Isherwood (as he called her – though the nameappears onno ...
Overextends his leavetostay with Lynne inManchester and the military police come after him for desertion. His copy of Finnegans Wake is 'generally thought to be a book'. Moves tothe Entertainment Sectionofthe54th Divisionandbecomes ...
Holiday her 1954 Having been interviewed for the post in London in the New Year, in August he and Lynne travel east, where Burgess is to be an Education Officer for the Colonial Service, Malay College, Kuala Kangsar.
The Olive Trees of Justiceby JeanPelegri (London, Sidgwick and Jackson), translated with 'Lynn [sic] Wilson' from the French, Les Oliviers delaJustice. 1963 Death of Lynne's father. Holiday inGibraltar and Tangier, where Burgess meets ...
February: leavesEtchingham for Lynne'slast London season of –e.g.a TimeLife receptionat Bruton Street. On 25 February, following a massive portal haemorrhage, Lynne is admitted to the general hospital in Ealing.
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ANTHONY BURGESS: A BiographyGebruikersrecensie - Kirkus
Loquacious portraitist Lewis (The Real Life of Laurence Olivier, 1997, etc.) leaves no stone unturned in his obsessive and hardly sympathetic life of the tortured author of A Clockwork Orange.Born in ... Volledige review lezen
Anthony BurgessGebruikersrecensie - Not Available - Book Verdict
Lewis, a biographer of both Peter Sellers and Laurence Olivier, presents a spiraling, kaleidoscopic biography of one of the 20th century's most noted authors. While as a novelist he was best known for ... Volledige review lezen