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‘I really don’t exist’: Queer (auto)biography and the fragmented self in Christopher Isherwood’s 'Goodbye To Berlin' (1939)

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In his retrospective memoir Christopher and his Kind (1976), Christopher Isherwood reveals that he appears as both the protagonist of his Berlin novels and as various secondary characters. This paper argues that the fragmentation of the self
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  ‘I really don't exist’: Queer (auto)biography and the fragmented self in Christopher Isherwood’s Goodbye To Berlin  (1!) "#$% &IC$&"% ** %++I%,$- +&.%+  ‘My Berlin novels leave out a great deal I now wish to remember’‘There is only part of myself there’-Isherwood-H..  ‘ o you not !now no ni"e girls#’ ‘$ny ni"e girls%’ I "orre"ted evasively.
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