Murder mystery based on the infamous life and death of Christopher Marlowe.
Anthony Burgess' epic masterpiece
'Burgess is the great postmodern storehouse of British writing-an important experimentalist; an encyclopaedic amasser, but also a maker of form; a playful comic, with a dark gloom' Malcolm Bradbury
Wildly evocative of English provincial life in the 1920s, Little Wilson and Big God is an extraordinarily candid book of confessions.
Following Little Wilson and Big God, this is the second volume of Anthony Burgess's autobiography, spanning the years from 1959 - 1982, from the start of his professional writing career to the centenary of James Joyce's birth and its effect on Burgess.
A delightful and uniquely imaginative tribute to the Bard, incorporating biography, theatrical history, and a vivid recreation of the Elizabethan age.
Satiric trilogy about the last days of English Colonialism in Malaya in 1950s.