Christopher Isherwood

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United States writer (born in England) whose best known novels portray Berlin in the 1930's and who collaborated with W

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ON IO I IOION Minnelli Jean FACT "She probably found the portrait painted by Christopher Isherwood rather irritating.
Screenplay, Kevin Elyot, based on the book by Christopher Isherwood.
Christopher Isherwood, a gay novelist later revealed that both Richardson and his father-in-law had attended one of Rattigan's all-male parties.
And as much as the Doctor has kissed bisexual Captain Jack in the revived TV series, he went a step further in the new BBC drama, following the life of author Christopher Isherwood.
30pm Doctor Who star Matt Smith plays acclaimed novelist Christopher Isherwood in this one-off drama, which follows him to hedonistic Berlin in the 1930s.
Actually, he's leaving the Doctor behind to play novelist Christopher Isherwood in this quality one-off drama, also starring Lindsay Duncan, Imogen Poots and Toby Jones.
A resident of Arapahoe, North Carolina, Liza Wieland is the recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the Christopher Isherwood Foundation.
Isherwood Changes Trains: Christopher Isherwood and the Search for the Home Self
Summary: In his novel, oA Single Man,o Christopher Isherwood writes of othat marvelous minority, The Living.
Firth's stunning performance is just one of the many pleasures of fashion doyen Tom Ford's directorial debut, based on the novel by Christopher Isherwood.
Based on a novel by Christopher Isherwood, A Single Man is beautifully handled by first-time director Tom Ford.
Ford s adaptation of Christopher Isherwood s landmark 1964 novel on Friday won the unofficial Queer Golden Lion for movies with gay themes or content, organizers said.
Geherin, which first appeared in volume 2:3 of Journal of Narrrative Technique (1972) and was reprinted in Berg and Freeman's Conversations with Christopher Isherwood (2001).
But the English writer Christopher Isherwood and California artist Don Bachardy did endure as a couple, despite encountering some tempests at sea.
One of the best-known openly gay couples of the 20th century, Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy have been quite well-chronicled.