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Single Man

Paperback, 04/02/2010, £8.99
Tells the story of George, an English professor in suburban California left heartbroken after the death of his lover, Jim. This title shows George's determination to carry on, evoking the unexpected pleasures of life as well as the soul's ability to triumph over loneliness and alienation.

Christopher and His Kind

Paperback, 01/11/2012, £9.99
In November 1929, the author - determined to become a 'permanent foreigner' - packed a rucksack and two suitcases and left England on a one-way ticket for Berlin. In this book, he recalls the decadence of Berlin's night scene and his route to sexual liberation.

Meeting by the River

Paperback, 01/11/2012, £9.99
A title that exposes the complex rivalries of sibling relationships and dramatises the conflict between sexuality and spirituality.

World in the Evening

Paperback, 01/11/2012, £9.99
At a party in the Hollywood Hills, Stephen Monk finds his wife in the arms of another man. Betrayed and furious, he packs his belongings and returns to the home he was born in. Can he forgive his wife, and most importantly, himself?

Goodbye to Berlin

7, 02/11/1989, £9.99
Set in the 1930s, Goodbye to Berlin evokes the glamour and sleaze, excess and repression of Berlin society. Isherwood shows the lives of people at threat from the rise of the Nazis: a wealthy Jewish heiress, Natalia Landauer, a gay couple, Peter and Otto, and an English upper-class waif, the divinely decadent Sally Bowles.

Down There on a Visit

Paperback, 01/11/2012, £10.99
Berlin, the Greek Islands, London and California. 1928, 1932, 1938 and 1940. Four portraits, four settings, four narrators, all known as 'Christopher Isherwood'. This book tells the vivid stories of Isherwood's life that, together with The Berlin Novels, were to have comprised his unfinished epic novel.