The consolations of ambiguity : an essay on the novels of Anthony Burgess
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Morris investigates the existential crises that heroes face in the novels of Anthony Burgess. When forced to confront an unsympathetic reality, these heroes use introspection as a means of internal metamorphosis, not only to confront their external struggle, but also to test of their character.
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The consolations of ambiguity -- Soldier-sinner, spy-saint -- Malaise in Malaya -- State and statement -- The bitter fruits of freedom -- Inderby, outerby, enderby.