Definition of Burgess, Anthony in English:

Burgess, Anthony

proper noun

  • (1917–93), English novelist and critic; pseudonym of John Anthony Burgess Wilson. He wrote "A Clockwork Orange" (1962), a disturbing, futuristic vision of juvenile delinquency, violence, and high technology. Other notable works: "The Malayan Trilogy" (1956–59) and "Earthly Powers" (1980)

Pronunciation:

Burgess, Anthony

/ˈbərjəs/