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The Clockwork Testament or Enderby's End

by Anthony Burgess

Series: Enderby (3)

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To Burt Lancaster ( "...deserves to live, deserves to live.")
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The first thing he saw on waking was his lower denture on the floor, its groove encrusted with dried Dentisement, or it might be Orastik, Mouthficks, Gripdent, or Bite (called Bait in Tangier, where he could be said to have a sort of permanent, that is to say, if you could talk of permanency these days in anything, so to speak, address.
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