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The Berlin Stories by Christopher Isherwood (1945)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0811200701, Paperback)Christopher Isherwood was a diverse writer whose accomplishments included The Mortmere Stories (Edward Upward Series), A Single Man and a translation of The Song of God (Bhagavad Gita). But many critics hailed The Berlin Stories, the reissue of two of his best novels, as his finest. In the book, a man named Christopher Isherwood, who is and is not the author, writes a story of exile, combining the best of Isherwood's real life with the best of the life he imagined.
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A two-in-one volume containing the works Mr. Norris changes trains and Goodbye to Berlin finds the characters of Sally Bowles, Fr?aulein Schroeder, and the doomed Landauers caught up by the nightlife, danger, and mystique of 1931 Berlin.
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