Anthony Burgess Quotes
Most popular Anthony Burgess Quotes
Fumbling for a word is everybody's birthright.
A bad review by a man I admire hurts terribly.
Death comes along like a gas bill one can't pay.
We all need money, but there are degrees of desperation.
Out of the stones that life threw at him he made a labyrinth.
Every grain of experience is food for the greedy growing soul of the artist.
Literature, by the way, may be defined as the aesthetic exploitation of language.
A word in a dictionary is very much like a car in a mammoth motorshow—full of potential, but temporarily inactive.
The word "slang" is vague and its etymology obscure. It suggests the slinging of odd stones or dollops of mud at the windows of the stately home of linguistic decorum.