Goodbye To Berlin
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The Hogarth Press.
Tan cloth boards, red tint to top page ends.
Fair. tiny tear to front hinge. Some age spotting. Printed pages good.
1939 First Edition.
Small inscription, "to Edie".
Isherwood's partly fictionalised account of his life as an English teacher in pre-war Berlin, the freedom of the cabarets set against the brutal rise of Nazism. Introducing the unforgettable Sally Bowles and landlady Frl. Schroeder.