Isherwood

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Mount Isherwood
... Mount Isherwood (74°59′S 113°43′W / 74.983°S 113.717°W / -74.983 -113.717Coordinates 74°59′S 113°43′W / 74.983°S 113.717°W / -74.983 -113.7 ... Isherwood, a geophysicist on the United States Antarctic Research Program South Pole – Queen Maud Land Traverse II, 1965–66, and on the Marie Byrd Land ...
Chris & Don - Synopsis
... of Santa Monica in the 1950s, when Christopher Isherwood at age 48 met Don Bachardy who then was eighteen years old ... Isherwood, an established author with works such as The Berlin Stories, which helped inspire much of Cabaret, helped Bachardy discover and develop his affinity for drawing and painting as he ... Despite the age difference, the couple endured until Isherwood succumbed to prostate cancer in 1986 ...
James Lawrence Isherwood
... James Lawrence Isherwood was an English artist, born in Wigan, Lancashire, on the 7 April 1917, died on the 9 June 1989 of cancer ... Isherwood was a prolific impressionist/expressionist painter ... Isherwood was a friend of the artist L ...
Isherwood - Ships
... USS Isherwood (DD-284), a U.S ... Navy destroyer in commission from 1919 to 1930 USS Isherwood (DD-520), a U.S ... Navy destroyer in commission from 1943 to 1961 USNS Benjamin Isherwood (T-AO-191), a U.S ...
Denham Fouts - Biography
... His friends, who called him Denny, included Christopher Isherwood, Brion Gysin, Glenway Wescott, Truman Capote, George Platt Lynes, Jane and Paul Bowles, Jean and Cyril Connolly and Michael Wishart ... Isherwood described him as a mythic figure, "the most expensive male prostitute in the world" and Capote considered him the "Best-Kept Boy in the World" ... He met Isherwood in Hollywood in August 1940 ...

Famous quotes containing the word isherwood:

    California is a tragic country—like Palestine, like every Promised Land.
    —Christopher Isherwood (1904–1986)

    The common cormorant or shag
    Lays eggs inside a paper bag.
    —Christopher Isherwood (1904–1986)