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
The first part of Anthony Burgess's two-volume autobiography
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.
A satiric trilogy about the last days of English Colonialism in Malaya in 1950s.