THE LAST OF MR. NORRIS by Christopher Isherwood

THE LAST OF MR. NORRIS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not for the kiddies -- this story of Mr. Norris, with his wigs, cosmetics, his Uriah Heepish secretary and eccentric friends, all embroiled in the Nazi purge of communists. Bill, an Englishman, finds Mr. Norris an amusing companion en route to Berlin -- and kept up the friendship, wholly innocent of his motives. Amusing in a thin way -- casual presentation of perversions -- sell only to your ultra-sophisticated audience.

Pub Date: May 8th, 1935
Publisher: Morrow