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Burgess, Anthony, 1917-1993

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    • Wilson, John Burgess, 1917-1993
    • Wilson, John Anthony Burgess, 1917-1993
    • バージエスアンソニー, 1917-1993
    • Kell, Joseph, 1917-1993
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        Manchester, England
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        London, England
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            • found: Time for a tiger, 1956.
            • found: Inside Mr. Enderby, 1963t.p. (Joseph Kell)
            • found: Inside Mr. Enderby, 1984:t.p.(Anthony Burgess)
            • found: Byrne, 1995:t.p. (Anthony Burgess) front flap (d. 1993) back flap (b. 1917 in Manchester; ed. at Xaverian Coll., Manchester; doctorate, Manchester Univ.; served in army 1940-56; colonial education officer in Malaya and Borneo 1954-60; once visiting fellow, Princeton, and distinguished prof., CCNY)
            • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 26, 2013(Anthony Burgess; John Anthony Burgess Wilson, FRSL; born 25 February 1917 in Manchester; died 22 November 1993 in London; English writer, novelist, critic, composer, etc.; one of the best known English literary figures of the latter half of the twentieth century. Although Burgess was predominantly a comic writer, the dystopian satire A Clockwork Orange remains his best known novel. In 1971 it was adapted into a film by Stanley Kubrick, which Burgess said was chiefly responsible for the popularity of the book He was a longtime literary critic for The Observer and The Guardian and an accomplished musician and linguist. He composed over 250 musical works, including a first symphony around age 18, wrote a number of libretti, and translated, among other works, Cyrano de Bergerac, Oedipus the King and Carmen. He also wrote under the pseudonym Joseph Kell)
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            • PR6052.U638
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            • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
            • [Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.]
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            • 1979-01-16: new
            • 2013-04-27: revised
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