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“Every grain of experience is food for the greedy growing soul of the artist.”—Anthony Burgess


Book 10: 1985 by Anthony Burgess

We have officially snowballed into Thomas Pynchon’s novel Inherent Vice, which is due to be wrapped up on March 9th. Following this, Looking to Books has chosen author Anthony Burgess as our tenth read. 47 more words

Book Review- A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

I’ve never heard anything bad about this book before. It was always called a favorite book, life changing, a must read, so when I spotted it at book sale I knew I had to pick it up. 235 more words

Book Reviews

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

I am a fan of A Clockwork Orange, I read it when I was fifteen or sixteen which, to my mind, is the right kind of time to read A Clockwork Orange. 249 more words


Literary Apps: Museums Without Walls?

While web-based applications such as ‘Turning the Pages’ offer a good opportunity to access precious and rare manuscripts outside of formal, controlled environments, they do not necessarily provide a curated experience. 908 more words


Book Review - A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What’s it going to be then, eh?

In this brief review of A Clockwork Orange I’m not going to run through the plot of the book, just the thoughts I had when I was reading it. 643 more words


The Real Cure: A Clockwork Orange's Missing Ending

Page to Screen is a recurring feature in which CoS literary editor Matt Melis (@MistaMelis) explores how either a classic or contemporary work of literature made the sometimes triumphant, often disastrous leap from prose to film.  1,616 more words

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