Anthony Burgess and Modernity Ed. by Alan R. Roughley
Anthony Burgess and Modernity Ed. by Alan R. Roughley (Manchester University Press / 2008)
'A range of international scholars and critics explore the writer's novels, music and linguistic productions to explore and define how Burgess contributed to modernist and postmodernist art. The book offers an international and genuinely interdisciplinary evaluation of Burgess's art and its position in relationship to other major modernist and postmodernist writers and musicians. It provides an original exploration of the historical cultural, literary and musical contexts in which Burgess's work can best be understood and appreciated.'
First edition hardback in fine condition. Could even pass for wholly unread were it not for a small amount of notes and marking in blue biro to Chapter 7.