A Single Man Christopher Isherwood
An instant classic, A Single Man is the story of George Falconer, a lonely English professor in suburban California grieving the death of his lover, Jim. This skilfully written book deals with themes of loss, commitment, alienation, isolation, desire and death. Published in the 1960s, it remains a powerful articulation of the authenticity of gay identity and love. Christopher Isherwood is the author of The Berlin Novels on which the musical Cabaret was based.
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