The World In The Evening Persists in Addressing Christopher Isherwood’s Favorite Topic: Repressed Homosexuality

When it comes to studying who perfected the art of expressing repressed homosexuality in a protagonist, one need look no further than Christopher Isherwood. As something of a universal spokesman for gay boys with no voice of their own everywhere, even Isherwood’s first novel, All the Conspirators, addressed the most common adversary of the homosexual male: his mother. Divided into three segments, Isherwood’s 1954 novel, … Continue reading The World In The Evening Persists in Addressing Christopher Isherwood’s Favorite Topic: Repressed Homosexuality