The love story between writer Christopher Isherwood and artist Don Bachardy -- in their own words
First published in 1980, Isherwood’s overlooked last book is central to an understanding of his life and work.
First published in 1949, this is a lively memoir of Isherwood's South American travels
First published in 1971, this is a key book in Isherwood's career revealing as much about him as the parents he set out to portray.
Isherwood's evocative and sensitive account of childhood and youth in the 1920s.
Four narrators, all known as "Christopher Isherwood", in different locations and periods of time, paint portraits of their own private sexual hells
The best prose writer in English’ Gore Vidal
A deeply satisfying novel of sibling rivalry, sexuality and spirituality.
Isherwood's candid memoir of his life in 1930s Berlin. A seminal book of gay liberation which made him the grand old man of the movement.
Christopher Isherwood's debut novel which features the first generation of Angry Young Men
Isherwood's witty first foray into autobiographical fiction recalls the post-war dissolution of traditional English families.
A classic novel about the golden age of film. It is based on Isherwood's experience of co-writing the 1934 Berthold Viertel film Little Friend.
A great writer nails the sixties, from California to swinging London, in his fearless, insightful diaries - with a preface by Christopher Hitchens.
Hilarious and often deeply moving, the final volume of Christopher Isherwood's extraordinary diaries chronicles the 1970s, with a preface by Edmund White
A Single Man is an exclusive Vintage Classic that has been made into a film starring Julianne Moore and Colin Firth and directed by Tom Ford.
'Positively compulsive' Sunday Telegraph
The first volume of Christopher Isherwood's intimate and insightful diaries
'Brilliant sketches of a society in decay' George Orwell
Two acclaimed novels based on Isherwood's experiences in pre-war Berlin, together in one volume
Isherwood's immortal novel about political high-tension, passion and literary talent in 1930s Berlin