CodeDS/UK/146
Dates1926-
NameBerger; John (1926-); author and art critic
SurnameBerger
ForenamesJohn
Epithetauthor and art critic
PublishedWorksfiction: A Painter of Our Time, 1958; The Foot of Clive, 1962; Corker's Freedom, 1964; G (Booker Prize, James Tait Black Meml Prize), 1972; Into their Labours (trilogy), 1992: Pig Earth, 1979; Once in Europa, 1989; Lilac and Flag, 1991; To The Wedding, 1995; Photocopies, 1996; King: a street story, 1999; theatre: with Nella Bielski: Question of Geography, 1986 (staged Marseilles, 1984, Paris, 1986 and by RSC, Stratford, 1987); Francisco Goya's Last Portrait, 1989; non-fiction: Marcel Frishman, 1958; Permanent Red, 1960; The Success and Failure of Picasso, 1965; (with J. Mohr) A Fortunate Man: the story of a country doctor, 1967; Art and Revolution, Moments of Cubism and Other Essays, 1969; The Look of Things, Ways of Seeing, 1972; The Seventh Man, 1975 (Prize for Best Reportage, Union of Journalists and Writers, Paris, 1977); About Looking, 1980; (with J. Mohr) Another Way of Telling, 1982 (televised, 1989); And Our Faces, My Heart, Brief as Photos, 1984; The White Bird, 1985 (USA, as The Sense of Sight, 1985); Keeping a Rendezvous (essays and poems), 1992; Pages of the Wound (poems), 1994; (with K. Berger-Andreadakis) Titian: nymph and shepherd, 1996; (with J. Christie) I Send You This Cadmium Red, 2000; The Shape of a Pocket (essays), 2001; Selected Essays (ed G. Dyer), 2001; translations: (with A. Bostock): Poems on the Theatre, by B. Brecht, 1960; Return to My Native Land, by Aime Cesaire, 1969; (with Lisa Appignanesi) Oranges for the Son of Alexander Levy, by Nella Bielski, 1982

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