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The Master and Margarita - Mikhail Bulgakov, Michael Glenny
The Master and Margarita
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 0000321339
Publisher: Harper & Row (NY)
Pages no: 394
Edition language: English
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Defenestraethe rated it
2.5 The Master and Margarita - Mikhail Bulgakov, Michael Glenny 
inspired "Sympathy for the Devil"Finally getting to it now that Veronica is spending the summer learning Russian.*** Ban the book; build the buzz. Had it not been suppressed for forty years it wouldn't have become internationally famous. It's a bit of a mess. There's the love story of the Master...
Lillelara rated it
4.0 The Master and Margarita
One hot summer afternoon the devil and his entourage comes to Moscov and wreaks havoc among the literary and artistic upper class. That is the main premise of The Master and Margarita and this book has been an enjoyable tour de force of weirdness. It´s surreal and crazy and incredibly dark in its ...
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Words, Words, Words rated it
4.5 Synthesis, Story, The Master and Margarita
The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov doesn't lend itself to summary, it throws a lot at the reader and keeps you off balance. A summary would probably be more confusing than anything else. Depending on what you have seen or heard, the devil is involved and a cat somehow plays a significant r...
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Nithou's Readings rated it
5.0 The Master and Margarita
Premier classique russe que je lis, et magnifique découverte. L'histoire est entêtante, puissante, emplie de mystères et de secrets, le texte projette des images plein la tête avec virtuosité. Le côté fantastique de l'histoire est extrêmement bien amené, avec beaucoup d'humour, toujours bien maîtris...
philoSophie rated it
5.0 The Master and Margarita
I've finally finished this novel. Don't know why it took me ages to get through, it was absolutely amazing.Firstly, the writing style was my cup of tea, especially plotwise, Bulgakov heavily relied on absurdity and it was mind-blowing. The story itself was such fun and at the same time extremely cha...
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