Mr Norris Changes Trains: Christopher Isherwood (Vintage classics)
About this deal
Norris of the first novella is not the kind of character I warm to, though perhaps it is more that this is an earlier work than the other, and with the latter Isherwood found his voice. The character of Mr Norris was inspired by the memoirist, critic and internationalist, Gerald Hamilton, a friend of Isherwood’s from his Berlin days.
Mr Norris Changes Trains: Christopher Isherwood (Vintage
All this said, the novel is a bit thin and, if one were honest, not especially well constructed, with a number of characters peppered in like afterthoughts, appearing once early in the novel and then reappearing toward the end in a gesture toward tying up loose ends.
Paperback (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences.
Mr Norris Changes Trains by Christopher Isherwood Mr Norris Changes Trains by Christopher Isherwood
On New Year’s Eve, Norris introduces Bradshaw to the mysterious Kuno, the nickname of Baron Pregnitz.
Here is a quick description and cover image of book Mr Norris Changes Trains written by Christopher Isherwood which was published in 1935–. The whole city lay under an epidemic of discreet, infectious fear; I could feel it, like influenza, in my bones.
Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood | Goodreads Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood | Goodreads
This review is perfectly timed for me Jacqui, as I bought this novel at the weekend :-) It sounds completely wonderful, I’m really looking forward to reading it!Norris uses Bradshaw as a decoy to get an aristocratic friend of his, Baron Pregnitz, to take a holiday in Switzerland and meet "Margot" under the guise of a Dutchman.