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Archive of posts published in the tag: Anthony Burgess

William Boyd – Waiting for Sunrise

William Boyd keeps producing engaging, literate fiction, peopled with believable characters who have interesting stories.…

Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress

To Utrecht, for the bi-annual International James Joyce symposium, timed, naturally, to coincide with Bloomsday.…

One Hand Clapping

To the Burgess, for an excellent adaptation of the master’s rather obscure early novel, the…

Look Back at Angers

To Angers, for the fourth international colloquium at the Anthony Burgess Centre, this time focusing…

The Finkler Question

To the new headquarters of the IABF for the first in its series of events…

Mr Wilson’s Old Boys

…is probably a good title for an article I shall write about my experience addressing…

East

I’ve been east before, of course. Why, only last year, I holidayed in Aldeburgh. But…