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Similar Themes in "Goodbye to Berlin" and "Cabaret"

Summary: The novella "Goodbye to Berlin" by Christopher Isherwood and the 1972 film "Cabaret" by Bob Fosse have essentially the same messages about cultural views of sexuality and changing political situations in 1930's Nazi Germany.
The novella Goodbye to Berlin, by Christopher Isherwood and the film `Cabaret', directed by Bob Fosse, generally provide the audience with the same messages. Goodbye to Berlin is transformed in value and context to send new messages in `Cabaret'. Furthermore, as `Cabaret' is a transformation of Goodbye to Berlin, `Cabaret' would give its audience similar messages to the messages given out by Goodbye to Berlin. However, there are still a few messages that are delivered in one of the textual forms, and not the other. This is perhaps because of the time each of the textual forms were created. Isherwood's Goodbye to Berlin was written before World War Two, where as the film `Cabaret' was produced after World War Two.

Christopher Isherwood gives out messages through his characters. Their actions, beliefs and personality provide his readers with messages about what was happening...

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