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CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD

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THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF BERLIN-SET WORKS SERVED AS THE INSPIRATION FOR CABARET

ISHERWOOD, Christopher. Mr. Norris Changes Trains. London, 1935.

First edition of this smash success, the first in a series of Isherwood works that eventually inspired the musical Cabaret, one of 1730 copies printed by the Woolfs at the Hogarth Press. $3800.

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"THAT THE YOUNG MAN HAPPENS TO BE MYSELF IS ONLY OF SECONDARY IMPORTANCE"

ISHERWOOD, Christopher. Lions and Shadows: An Education in the Twenties. London, 1938.

First edition of Isherwood's semi-autobiographical novel about bohemian London in the 1920s, published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, in scarce original dust jacket designed by Robert Medley. $1200.

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