Alastair Morgan

Alastair Morgan talks to Anthony Burgess

Anthony Burgess was interviewed in a suite in Claridges at the end of a year in which his publications reaffirmed his involvement with music, showed him engaged with beds, and found him turning to Freud, Trotsky, and science fiction for his novel The End of the World News (Hutchinson £8.95).

The interview takes for its point of departure Mr Burgess’s interest in language and linguistics. It arrives at another of his major concerns, money.

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