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Christopher Isherwood
Christopher Isherwood (1904–1986) was one of the most prominent writers of his generation. He is the author of many works of fiction, including All the Conspirators, The Memorial, Mr. Norris Changes Trains, and Goodbye to Berlin, on which the musical Cabaret was based, as well as works of... show more



Christopher Isherwood (1904–1986) was one of the most prominent writers of his generation. He is the author of many works of fiction, including All the Conspirators, The Memorial, Mr. Norris Changes Trains, and Goodbye to Berlin, on which the musical Cabaret was based, as well as works of nonfiction and biography.

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Birth date: August 26, 1904
Died: January 04, 1986
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Gatta ci cova
Gatta ci cova rated it 4 years ago
Scrive Manganelli nella nota finale: “Se Isherwood scrivesse musica, la sua predilezione ha qualcosa di infantile andrebbe ai fiati: romanzi per oboe, clarinetto, per corno di bassetto. Il corno di bassetto è aereo di quella ariosità serale e boschiva che s’accompagna ad una solitudine insieme pitto...
Jeffrey Reads
Jeffrey Reads rated it 4 years ago
I am just FLYING through books this year! I can't believe I've already finished my fourth book of the year. Granted, 3 of the 4 were pretty short so I have to take that into account, and should probably start reading some longer titles. Anyhow... A Single Man was a stunning novel. Absolutely beaut...
The Avid Reader
The Avid Reader rated it 4 years ago
This time around I am giving a great big shout out to four of the authors from the Descent Into Darkness. R. L. Blalock, Tony Urban, Max Lockwood, Patrick LoganMark of Perdition by R.L. BlalockReads like a full length novel. You don't feel cheated. You don't feel as if there are holes in the story. ...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 4 years ago
Waking up begins with saying am and now. That which has awoken then lies for a while staring up at the ceiling and down into itself until it has recognised I, and therefrom deduced I am, I am now. Here comes next, and is at least negatively reassuring; because here, this morning, is where it had ex...
This little library of mine
This little library of mine rated it 5 years ago
Deceivingly simple. Loved it! Simple and at the same time multiple layers that deal with ethical questions, faith, sense of self (and) love. Gorgeous.
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