Inside Mr. Enderby introduced to a captivated audience Burgess's dyspeptic poet, whose uniquely idiosyncratic, scatological brand of verse even won the genuine approval of T. S. Eliot.
In his first clash with the outside world, Enderby is extracted from his lavatorial sanctuary by the professional widow Vesta Bainbridge in a most peculiar romance.
©1963 Anthony Burgess (P)2014 Audible Studios
John Sessions creates a visual picture that enhances the story. Splendid
Outstanding creation of the characters
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