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I first visited Berlin in Berlin is the kind of city that resonates very well with people who grow through arts. Berlin is quite peculiar and I thoroughly enjoy it. As for the author, Christopher Isherwood. He was a novelist, playwright, screenwriter, autobiographer, and diarist. He also intended to make his homosexuality a theme of some of his writing. He was delighted by the dismissal.
For decades, its artistic, alternative lifestyle has been a magnet for people from all over the world. Berlin is one of my favourite cities, ever since I rode my motorcycle from West Germany into West Berlin through a special autobahn corridor across East Germany.
Fifty years before my visit, the lure of Berlin was as powerful for Christopher Isherwood, when he moved there to teach English between and Despite his love for Berlin, Isherwood was no Nazi though.
On the contrary, he was highly critical, in his own reflective, understated way, of the way his Jewish and gay friends in particular were treated, as well as people who just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Characters from previous chapters drift in and out as extras in later chapters. His most notable relationship was with Sally Bowles whose life there inspired the film Cabaret starring Liza Minelli. Like Isherwood, she was drawn from provincial England to Berlin by its brittle glamour.
She sought fame and fortune but instead became a butterfly socialite, small-time night-club singer, jobbing actress and occasional high-class prostitute. Unlike Sally Bowles and the other characters he describes, Isherwood is much more realistic in his assessment of people and situations.