John Anthony Burgess Wilson (1917-1993) received popularity as an English book writer and music composer. His pen name became known as Anthony Burgess. Burgess mostly focused on the publication of comics, but his dystopian satire A Clockwork Orange received significant interests. The book changed into a film script and reached significant popularity. Burgess took part in the publication of many screenplays, for example, Jesus of Nazareth (1977). Besides, he provided writing critic at The Guardian and The Observer. Burgess born in Manchester, England defined his background as lower middle class. His childhood occurred during the Great Depression and noticeable of its own challenges. He also composed over 250 musical works.
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