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  • A genuine interpretation of the times

    Frank Kermode
  • Only now that Isherwood is dead can the pattern be seen clearly in a life that ranged restlessly from Oxbridge skeptic to Hindu disciple, from literary collaborator with W. H. Auden to Boswell of prewar Britain and postwar Hollywood. . . . His novels and nonfiction now all seem to be chapters of one enormous work in which he is the major character

  • Christopher Isherwood is back in vogue

  • That young man holds the future of the English novel in his hands

    Somerset W. Maugham

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