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"His key postwar work. A quarter-century ahead of its time in its portrayal of a quotidian homosexual life, it inspired a generation of gay writers in Britain and the US" (Independent)
"This mix of humour and stoicism in the face of pent-up grief is essential Isherwood" (Guardian)
"His own highly personal form of fiction [is one] in which simple sentences strike a note of great intimacy with the reader as if to a close personal friend, and a sense of total honesty is sought. This style, witty, observant, nostalgic, exact, was Isherwood's great contribution to modern literature" (Financial Times)
"He had dazzling talents as a writer. His literary production was pre-eminent for its wit, humour, charm of style and narrative skill... A Single Man can be almost considered as his masterpiece" (Guardian John Lehmann)
In this brilliantly perceptive novel, a middle aged professor living in California, is alienated from his students by differences in age and nationality ,and from the rest of society by his homosexuality. Isherwood explores the depths of the human soul and its ability to triumph over loneliness, alienation and loss.
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Descripción Random House of Canada, Limite, 1997. Paperback. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P110749399007
Descripción Random House of Canada, Limited, 1997. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0749399007