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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Works on an anthology of English literature ina Malay translation. Lynne's mother diesfrom cancer ofthethroat; theydonot return toBritain. 1956 Publishes Timefor a Tiger (London, Heinemann) underthe pseudonym Anthony Burgess.
The New Aristocrats by Michel de SaintPierre (London, Gollancz) – translated with 'LlewelaBurgess' fromtheFrench, LesNouveaux aristocrates. The Olive Trees of Justiceby JeanPelegri (London, Sidgwick and Jackson), translated with 'Lynn ...
The Man Who Robbed Poor Boxes by Jean Servin (London; Gollancz), translated from the French Deo Gratias. ... 1966 Spring: goes to America (without Lynne) for conference on literary translation atLong Island University,New York.
His translation,Cyranode Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, is published in September (New York,Knopf). Plans are afootto turn thisintoa Broadway musical. Acquires lease on 16A Piazza Santa Cecilia, Rome. He and Liana are continually robbed.
L'Homme de Nazareth, translated by Georges Belmont and Hortense Chabrier. (The novel ManofNazareth does not appear in English for another twoyears.) Jesus of Nazareth, adaptation ofthe screenplay, by William Barclay, photographs by Paul ...
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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