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(FINALLY) THE MASTER AND MARGARITA

“Manuscripts don’t burn.” Ironically, this novel started off as a burnt manuscript and it is an unfinished novel still with fragmented sentences and unexplained loose ends here and there in the book. Knowing it would never be published, Bulgakov spent years amending and revising parts of the novel up until his death in 1940. In M&M there is a lot of Bulgakov himself in there… Continue reading

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Bulgakov’s Master and Margarita… Take #5/Final Reminder & Court Summons

I’d like to say I have a good excuse for not reading Master and Margarita as promised to do so in a previous blog post… To be honest, I think moving three times in the last half a year, giving … Continue reading

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Bulgakov’s Master and Margarita, Take #4

“You’ll remove your Pushkin tattoo and replace it with a Bulgakov quote once you read Master and Margarita“ Said the Bulgakov reader to the Pushkin fan. (Said Bulgakov reader has never read a word of Pushkin as an adult though, just saying…) … Continue reading

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