- Christopher (William Brad·shaw) [brad-shaw] /ˈbræd ʃɔ/, 1904–86, English poet, novelist, and playwright; in the U.S. since 1938.
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The second volume of Isherwood's diaries records the changing world of gay relationships—including, of course, his own.The Best of Brit Lit
January 16, 2011
A Single Man, based on the book by Isherwood, was inspired entirely by Bachardy, or more precisely, by his absence.
It was written after the couple had broken up; they eventually got back together and remained so until Isherwood's death in 1986.
So many people think Isherwood himself was the English tutor in the story.Dame Edna Mouths Off
March 17, 2010
What was it about this book by Isherwood that made you think, “I have the movie I want?”Tom Ford Unzipped: Interview Transcript
The Daily Beast Video
December 12, 2009
Historical Examples of isherwood
The advisor, not much older than Isherwood, shrugged, defeated.
The corners of Isherwood's mouth twitched, and he said "Yes" for the recorder's benefit.
His lean arm shot out, and his index finger was aimed between Isherwood's eyes.
But the new steel vessel, especially if built on the excellent Isherwood principle, looks entirely different.All Afloat
Isherwood experimented with petroleum under the boilers of United States steamers.
- Christopher, full name Christopher William Bradshaw-Isherwood. 1904–86, US novelist and dramatist, born in England. His works include the novel Goodbye to Berlin (1939) and three verse plays written in collaboration with W.H. Auden