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Goodbye to Berlin is a 1939 novel by Anglo-American writer Christopher Isherwood set during the waning days of the Weimar Republic. The novel recounts Isherwood's 1929–1932 sojourn as a pleasure-seeking British expatriate in poverty-stricken Berlin during the twilight of the Jazz Age. Much of the novel's plot recounts actual events in Isherwood's life, and most of the novel's characters were based upon actual persons. The insouciant flapper Sally Bowles was based on teenage cabaret singer Jean Ross who became Isherwood's intimate friend during his sojourn and, after an unplanned pregnancy, had a near-fatal abortion which the author facilitated.

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  • Leb wohl, Berlin (englischer Originaltitel Goodbye to Berlin) ist ein 1939 in der Hogarth Press erschienener Roman von Christopher Isherwood (1904–1986). Das Buch trägt eine Widmung für John und Beatrix Lehmann. Isherwoods Vorwort datiert von 1935, in dem er darauf hinweist, welche Teile des Buches bereits von Lehmann sowie bei Penguin oder bei Hogarth veröffentlicht wurden. Das Buch war die Vorlage, nach der in den 1960er Jahren das Musical Cabaret entstand. Der kurze Roman wird häufig gemeinsam mit dem Roman Mr. Norris steigt um unter dem Titel „The Berlin Stories“ veröffentlicht. Das Magazin Time zählte die Berlin Stories zu den besten 100 englischsprachigen Romanen, die zwischen 1923 und 2005 veröffentlicht wurden und begründet dies damit, dass diese zwei kurzen Romane perfekte Schnappschüsse des Berlin der 1930er Jahre seien, wo ausgelassene Auswanderer immer intensiver tanzen und feiern, als würde sie dies vom heraufziehenden Nationalsozialismus schützen. Die britische Zeitung The Guardian nahm die Erzählung in die Liste der 1000 Romane auf, die jeder gelesen haben muss. (de)
  • Goodbye to Berlin is a 1939 novel by Anglo-American writer Christopher Isherwood set during the waning days of the Weimar Republic. The novel recounts Isherwood's 1929–1932 sojourn as a pleasure-seeking British expatriate in poverty-stricken Berlin during the twilight of the Jazz Age. Much of the novel's plot recounts actual events in Isherwood's life, and most of the novel's characters were based upon actual persons. The insouciant flapper Sally Bowles was based on teenage cabaret singer Jean Ross who became Isherwood's intimate friend during his sojourn and, after an unplanned pregnancy, had a near-fatal abortion which the author facilitated. The 1939 novel was later republished together with Isherwood's 1935 novel, Mr Norris Changes Trains, in a 1945 collection entitled The Berlin Stories. The work was praised by literary critics as deftly capturing the bleak nihilism of the Weimar period. In 2010, the collection was chosen as one of the Time 100 Best English-language novels of the 20th century. It was adapted into the 1951 Broadway play I Am a Camera by John Van Druten and, later, the 1966 Cabaret musical and the 1972 film. (en)
  • さらばベルリン (英語: Goodbye to Berlin) は、1939年にクリストファー・イシャーウッドによりヴァイマル共和政を舞台に執筆された小説。『』として『』と共に出版されることが多い。 (ja)
  • Addio a Berlino (Goodbye to Berlin) è un romanzo di Christopher Isherwood, pubblicato a Londra da Hogarth Press nel 1939 e ambientato nella Germania durante il periodo della Repubblica di Weimar; considerato spesso come l'ideale continuazione di Mr Norris se ne va del 1935, assieme al quale costituisce un dittico. L'opera, semi-autobiografica, consta di sei episodi ("Diario berlinese (autunno 1930)", "Sally Bowles", "Sull'isola di Ruegen (estate 1931)", "I Nowak", "I Landauer" e "Diario berlinese (inverno 1932-'33)"), nei quali vengono narrate le vicende di alcuni personaggi nella Berlino prenazista degli anni trenta. (it)
  • «Проща́й, Берли́н» (англ. Goodbye to Berlin) — частично автобиографический роман, написанный Кристофером Ишервудом в 1939 году, о его проживании в Берлине времён Веймарской республики в начале 1930-х годов и до прихода к власти нацистов. «Прощай, Берлин» входит в сборник романов «Берлинские истории» вместе с романом «Труды и дни мистера Норриса», написанного Ишервудом о том же периоде своей жизни. Роман лёг в основу сюжета фильма «Кабаре» (1972). (ru)
  • Farväl till Berlin är en berättelsesamling av den engelska författaren Christopher Isherwood. Texterna, som utspelar sig i Weimarrepublikens Berlin mellan 1930 och 1933, publicerades på engelska 1939, samt i svensk översättning av Tage Svensson 1954. Tillsammans med brukar den ges ut som . Den består av sex kapitel som kan läsas som noveller. 1951 blev romanen en pjäs som sattes upp på Broadway av . Pjäsen filmatiserades 1955. 1966 gjordes en musikal som fick namnet Cabaret. Musikalen blev 1972 en film med samma namn med Liza Minnelli i huvudrollen, och mottog åtta oscarspriser. (sv)
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  • I thought of Natalia: she has escaped — none too soon, perhaps. However often the decision may be delayed, all these people are ultimately doomed. This evening is the dress-rehearsal of a disaster. It is like the last night of an epoch. (en)
  • [Jean Ross] never liked Goodbye to Berlin, nor felt any sense of identity with the character of Sally Bowles ... She never cared enough, however, to be moved to any public rebuttal. She did from time to time settle down conscientiously to write a letter, intending to explain to Isherwood the ways in which she thought he had misunderstood her; but it seldom progressed beyond 'Dear Christopher ...' It was interrupted, no doubt, by more urgent things: meetings about Vietnam, petitions against nuclear weapons, making my supper, hearing my French verbs. It was in Isherwood's life, not hers, that Sally Bowles remained a significant figure. (en)
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  • —Christopher Isherwood, Goodbye to Berlin (en)
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  • さらばベルリン (英語: Goodbye to Berlin) は、1939年にクリストファー・イシャーウッドによりヴァイマル共和政を舞台に執筆された小説。『』として『』と共に出版されることが多い。 (ja)
  • «Проща́й, Берли́н» (англ. Goodbye to Berlin) — частично автобиографический роман, написанный Кристофером Ишервудом в 1939 году, о его проживании в Берлине времён Веймарской республики в начале 1930-х годов и до прихода к власти нацистов. «Прощай, Берлин» входит в сборник романов «Берлинские истории» вместе с романом «Труды и дни мистера Норриса», написанного Ишервудом о том же периоде своей жизни. Роман лёг в основу сюжета фильма «Кабаре» (1972). (ru)
  • Farväl till Berlin är en berättelsesamling av den engelska författaren Christopher Isherwood. Texterna, som utspelar sig i Weimarrepublikens Berlin mellan 1930 och 1933, publicerades på engelska 1939, samt i svensk översättning av Tage Svensson 1954. Tillsammans med brukar den ges ut som . Den består av sex kapitel som kan läsas som noveller. 1951 blev romanen en pjäs som sattes upp på Broadway av . Pjäsen filmatiserades 1955. 1966 gjordes en musikal som fick namnet Cabaret. Musikalen blev 1972 en film med samma namn med Liza Minnelli i huvudrollen, och mottog åtta oscarspriser. (sv)
  • Leb wohl, Berlin (englischer Originaltitel Goodbye to Berlin) ist ein 1939 in der Hogarth Press erschienener Roman von Christopher Isherwood (1904–1986). Das Buch trägt eine Widmung für John und Beatrix Lehmann. Isherwoods Vorwort datiert von 1935, in dem er darauf hinweist, welche Teile des Buches bereits von Lehmann sowie bei Penguin oder bei Hogarth veröffentlicht wurden. Das Buch war die Vorlage, nach der in den 1960er Jahren das Musical Cabaret entstand. Der kurze Roman wird häufig gemeinsam mit dem Roman Mr. Norris steigt um unter dem Titel „The Berlin Stories“ veröffentlicht. (de)
  • Goodbye to Berlin is a 1939 novel by Anglo-American writer Christopher Isherwood set during the waning days of the Weimar Republic. The novel recounts Isherwood's 1929–1932 sojourn as a pleasure-seeking British expatriate in poverty-stricken Berlin during the twilight of the Jazz Age. Much of the novel's plot recounts actual events in Isherwood's life, and most of the novel's characters were based upon actual persons. The insouciant flapper Sally Bowles was based on teenage cabaret singer Jean Ross who became Isherwood's intimate friend during his sojourn and, after an unplanned pregnancy, had a near-fatal abortion which the author facilitated. (en)
  • Addio a Berlino (Goodbye to Berlin) è un romanzo di Christopher Isherwood, pubblicato a Londra da Hogarth Press nel 1939 e ambientato nella Germania durante il periodo della Repubblica di Weimar; considerato spesso come l'ideale continuazione di Mr Norris se ne va del 1935, assieme al quale costituisce un dittico. (it)
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