English author, art critic, and Marxist
1926 - Born on the 5th of December in London, England.
1944-1946 - He served in the British Army.
Enrolled in the Chelsea School of Art and the Central School of Art in London.
1948-1955 - He teach, drawing and became an art critic, publishing many essays and reviews in the New Statesman.
1958 - Published his first novel, A Painter of Our Time.
1962 - Wrote the novel "The Foot of Clive".
1964-1975 - Wrote novels "Corker's Freedom" 1964, nonfiction "The Success and Failure of Picasso" 1965, "A
Fortunate Man: The Story of a Country Doctor" 1967, "Art and Revolution: Ernst Neizvestny and the Role of the Artist in the U.S.S.R." 1969, "The Moment of Cubism, and Other Essays" 1969, "A Seventh Man: A Book of Images and Words About the Experience of Migrant Workers in Europe" 1975.
1972 - BBC broadcast his television series Ways of Seeing.
- Won the Booker Prize for his novel G., a romantic picaresque set in the Europe.
1967 - Wrote A Fortunate Man: The Story of a Country Doctor.
1975 - A Seventh Man: Migrant Workers in Europe.
Berger's recent novels include To the Wedding, a love story dealing with the AIDS crisis, and King: A Street
Story, a novel on homeless and shantytown life told from the perspective of a street dog.
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- "Ours is the century of enforced travelâ€¦ of disappearances. The century of people helplessly seeing others, who were close to them, disappear over the horizon."
- "We can become anything. That is why injustice is impossible here. There may be the accident of birth, there is no accident of death. Nothing forces us to remain what we were."