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Goodbye To Berlin

'I am a camera with its shutter open, quite
passive, recording, not thinking', are the
famous lines on the first page. This a semi
autobiographical account ...

'I am a camera with its shutter open, quite
passive, recording, not thinking', are the
famous lines on the first page. This a semi
autobiographical account of Isherwood's time in
1930s Berlin. Written as a connected series of
six short stories the book, first published in
1939, is a brilliant evocation of the decadence
and repression, glamour and sleaze of Berlin
society. Isherwood shows the lives of people at
threat from the rise of the Nazis: Natalia
Laundauer, the rich, Jewish heiress, Peter and
Otto, a gay couple and the 'divinely decadent'
Sally Bowles, a young English woman who was so
memorably portrayed by Liza Minnelli.

Já notar vefkökur til að bæta notendaupplifun á vefsíðunni og greina umferð um hana. Einnig hefur Já uppfært persónuverndarstefnu sína. Nánar um stefnuna og vefkökur hér.
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