The Master and Margarita, 978-0-099-54094-6

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Издательство: Vintage
Автор: Михаил Булгаков
Страниц: 448
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Язык: Английский
ISBN: 9780099540946
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Surely no stranger work exists in the annals of protest literature than The Master and Margarita. Written during the Soviet crackdown of the 1930s, when Mikhail Bulgakov's works were effectively banned, it wraps its anti-Stalinist message in a complex allegory of good and evil. Or would that be the other way around? The book's chief character is Satan, who appears in the guise of a foreigner and self-proclaimed black magician named Woland. Accompanied by a talking black tomcat and a translator wearing a jockey's cap and cracked pince-nez, Woland wreaks havoc throughout literary Moscow. First he predicts that the head of noted editor Berlioz will be cut off when it is, he appropriates Berlioz's apartment. (A puzzled relative receives the following telegram: Have just been run over by streetcar at Patriarch's Ponds funeral Friday three afternoon come Berlioz.) Woland and his minions transport one bureaucrat to Yalta, make another one disappear entirely except for his suit, and...
 

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