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Antonius Burgess

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Anthony Burgess anno 1986.
Malay College in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, ubi Burgess ab anno 1954 ad annum 1955 docebat.
Burgess fuit praefectus educationis in Malay Teachers' Training College annis 1955 et 1958.
Burgess in After Dark, programmate televisifico Britannico, de "What Is Sex For?" anno 1988 sermocinatur.

Ioannes Antonius Burgess Wilson[1] (natus John Burgess Wilson Harpurhey in Lancastriensi comitatu Angliae die 22 Februarii 1917; mortuus cancro pulmonis St John's Wood Londinii die 22 Novembris 1993), qui res nomine Anthony Burgess[2] usitate publicavit, fuit scriptor mythistoriarum, criticus litterarum, compositor, scriptor libellorum, scriptor scaenicus, commentator, scriptor peregrinationis, interpres, linguista, et educationalista Anglicus. Cuius satira A Clockwork Orange, exemplo fictionis utopianae et dystopianae, plerumque innotuit,[3] praecipue post annum 1971, cum in pelliculam eiusdem nominis a Stanleio Kubrick accommodata esset. Inter alias mythistorias populo gratissima sunt quatrocinium Enderbianum et Earthly Powers ('Vires terrestres'). Libellos ludosque scaenicos scripsit, inter quos Jesus of Nazareth, miniseries televisifica (1977).

Diurnarius operam The Observer et The Guardian diariis dedit, et studia scriptorum classicorum divulgavit, insigniter Iacobi Joyce. Linguista acroases de phonetica habebat, et Cyrano de Bergerac et Oedipus Rex ludos ac Carmen operam musicam in Anglicum convertit. Plus quam 250 compositiones musicas composuit; se enim habebatur tam compositor quam auctor, sed maiorem existimationem publicam habebat auctor.[4]

Mythistoriae selectae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. De Burgess.
  2. Sua alia pseudonyma erant John Burgess Wilson et Joseph Kell (David 1973: 181).
  3. Theodore Dalrymple, "A Prophetic and Violent Masterpiece" in Not with a Bang but a Whimper (2008), 135–149.
  4. "Burgess . . . the Composer," The International Anthony Burgess Foundation.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Biswell, Andrew. 2006. The Real Life of Anthony Burgess. Picador. ISBN 978-0-330-48171-7.
  • Boytinck, Paul. 1985. Anthony Burgess: An Annotated Bibliography and Reference Guide. Novi Eboraci et Londinii: Garland Publishing. (Introductio, chronologia, index.) ISBN 9780824091354.
  • Burgess, Anthony. 1982. This Man and Music. McGraw-Hill. ISBN 978-0-07-008964-8.
  • David, Beverley. 1973. "Anthony Burgess: A Checklist (1956–1971)." Twentieth Century Literature 19, no. 3 (Iulius): 181–88. JSTOR 440916.
  • Lewis, Roger. 2002. Anthony Burgess. Londinii: Faber and Faber. ISBN 978-0-571-20492-2.

Studia selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Aggeler, Geoffrey/ 1979. Anthony Burgess: The Artist as Novelist. Alabama. ISBN 978-0817371067
  • Coale, Samuel. 1981. Anthony Burgess. Novi Eboraci. ISBN 978-0804421249.
  • Devitis, A. A. 1972. Anthony Burgess. Novi Eboraci.
  • Dix, Carol M. 1971. Anthony Burgess. British Council. Northcote House Publishers. ISBN 978-0582012189.
  • Ghosh-Schellhorn, Martine. 1986. Anthony Burgess: A Study in Character. Peter Lang. ISBN 978-3820451634.
  • Mathews, Richard. 1990. The Clockwork Universe of Anthony Burgess. Borgo Press. ISBN 978-0893702274.
  • Morris, Robert K. 1971. The Consolations of Ambiguity: An Essay on the Novels of Anthony Burgess. Missuria. ISBN 978-0826201126.
  • Phillips, Paul. 1999. The Music of Anthony Burgess.
  • Phillips, Paul. 2001. "Anthony Burgess." New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, ed. 2a.
  • Phillips, Paul. 2010. A Clockwork Counterpoint: The Music and Literature of Anthony Burgess. Manchester University Press. ISBN 978-0719072048.
  • Stinson, John J. 1991. Anthony Burgess Revisited. Bostoniae. ISBN 978-0805770001.

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