Date Published: 1973, 1977, 1989
Binding: No binding & soft cover
ohn Anthony Burgess Wilson who published under the name Anthony Burgess was an English novelist, critic, and man of letters whose fictional explorations of modern dilemmas combine with, moral earnestness, and a note of the bizarre. Although Burgess was primarily a comic writer, his dystopian satire A Clockwork Orange published in 1962 novel remains his best-known novel.
• To Irma Antonetto, [Associazione Cutlurale Italiana], 16 June 1977, written in Italian, thanking Antonetto for her information about the guests of her association, apologizing for his latinate Italian, and looking forward to meeting on 25 February 1978, his birthday and that of Goldoni.
• Burgess smoking a cigar, verso has an article on Burgess by Chris Segura, 18 February 1973.
• Any Old Iron. London: Hutchison, 1989. Fine copy. Uncorrected proof copy, no. 323 in a limited edition of 500 copies, perfect bound, printed in red & black, additional lettering in white. Signed by Greg Gatenby (Canadian author and editor, Artistic Director of the International Festival of Authors in Toronto) on the front free endpaper.
On consignment with LDRB.
Good. Item #8929