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Title: Anthony Burgess's MF : the Mediterranean background to a Caribbean Island
Authors: Cassola, Arnold
Keywords: Burgess, Anthony, 1917-1993. M/F -- Criticism and interpretation
Imaginary languages -- Fiction
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Cassola, A. (1990). Anthony Burgess's MF : the Mediterranean background to a Caribbean Island. Journal of Maltese Studies, 19-20, 27-33.
Abstract: From Anthony Burgess's continuous use of different linguistic systems in his novels, one can gather that the author is deeply fascinated by language. The author does not limit himself to existing and widely used systems; he even creates his own languages. The language of the violent youngsters in A Clockwork Orange is perhaps the best known example of Burgesian linguistic creation. Not less interesting is the Castitan language in MF.
Appears in Collections:JMS, Volume 19-20
JMS, Volume 19-20
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