Anthony Burgess On Pop Music

Anthony Burgess, author of A Clockwork Orange amongst other books, vents his spleen over pop music and youth from the vantage point of 1968, at the height of the Beatles and youth culture. A highly intelligent man with a very interesting haircut. He also takes part in a very earnest discussion of Kubrick’s film adaptation of his book alongside actor Malcolm McDowell circa 1972 here. The book was actually on our required reading list when I was in secondary school.
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