"(1956, 1958, 1959) The first three works of fiction by Burgess (Time for a Tiger, The Enemy in the Blanket, and Beds in the East) are his attempt to create the definitive colonial novel about Malaysia."
"(1977) A novel set in Rome concerning Ronald Beard's attempt at writing a screenplay about the Romantic poets Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley. A fictional descendant of Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli, Paola Lucrezia Belli, accompanies Beard."
"(1978) This is really two different parts in the same book. The first section contains essays and interviews with Burgess (interviewed by himself) about George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four. The second is the titular novella which explores the same concepts as the Orwell book. Out of print."
"(1980) Burgess's epic viewing of the 20th century through the vantage points of Kenneth Toomey (an author) and Don Carlo Campanati (the Pope). Burgess shows his view of mankind through these 81 chapters, his longest novel."