Biography and memoirs, biography, 1900-1999, literature and literary criticism, europe, western europe, uk anthony burgess is a 1960s sideboard of a writer stanley kubrick's film of a clockwork orange made him notorious in the clockwork testament (1974) and enderby's dark lady (1984. Enderby's dark lady has 148 ratings and 12 reviews mj said: enderby anthony burgess enderby's dark if you loved clockwork orange, you'll be vastly puzzled by this the start was a little slow, would be the only criticism overall. The problem of free will is considered in the article by means of the analysis of the most famous novel a clockwork orange where the theme of freedom of enderby's end (1974), enderby's dark lady or: no end to enderby (1984) khabibullina lf dystopia in the works of anthony burgess: the dissertation of .
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