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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Burgess, Anthony

Burgess, Anthony. Time For A Tiger. Heinemann, London (1956).

Burgess, Anthony. The Doctor Is Sick. Heinemann, London (1960). First UK edition.

Burgess, Anthony. The Right to an Answer. Heinemann, London (1960).

Burgess, Anthony. One Hand Clapping. Peter Davies, London (1961). Written under the pseudonym Joseph Kell.

Burgess, Anthony. The Worm and the Ring. Heinemann, London (1961).

Burgess, Anthony. A Clockwork Orange. Heinemann, London (1962). First UK edition. Contains the final chapter of the work which was omitted in the American edition.

Burgess, Anthony. Inside Mr Enderby. Heinemann, London (1963). Written under the pseudonym Joseph Kell.

Burgess, Anthony. A Clockwork Orange. W. W. Norton and Company, New York (1963). First American edition.

Burgess, Anthony. Nothing Like the Sun. Heinemann, London (1964).

Burgess, Anthony. Here Comes Everybody. Faber, London (1966). First UK edition.

Burgess, Anthony. The Age of the Grand Tour. Paul Elek, London (1967). Limited edition of 50 numbered. Contains essay by Anthony Burgess, and article on eighteenth-century art by Francis Haskell. Illustrations throughout.

Burgess, Anthony. Shakespeare. Knopf, New York (1970).

Burgess, Anthony. Stanley Kubrick's Clockwork Orange. Abelard-Schuman, New York (1972). By Stanley Kubrick. Illustrated throughout.

Burgess, Anthony. The Clockwork Testament or: Enderby's End. Hart-Davis, MacGibbon, London (1974). Written under pseudonym John Anthony Burgess Wilson.