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The Master and Margarita / Mikhail Bulgakov ; translated with notes by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky ; foreword by Boris Fishman ; introduction by Richard Pevear.

Bulgakov, Mikhail, 1891-1940 (author.). Pevear, Richard, 1943- (translator,, writer of introduction.). Volokhonsky, Larissa, (translator.). Fishman, Boris, 1979- (writer of foreword.).

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780143108276
  • ISBN: 0143108271
  • Physical Description: xxx, 412 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: Penguin classics deluxe edition.
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Penguin Books, [2016]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-412).
Formatted Contents Note:
Foreword / Boris Fishman -- Introduction / Richard Pevear -- BOOK ONE -- Never talk with strangers -- Pontius Pilate -- The seventh proof -- The chase -- There were doings at Griboedov's -- Schizophrenia, as was said -- A naughty apartment -- The combat between the professor and the poet -- Koroviev's stunts -- News from Yalta -- Ivan splits in two -- Black magic and its exposure -- The hero enters -- Glory to the cock! -- Nikanor Ivanovich's dream -- The execution -- A unquiet day -- Hapless visitors -- BOOK TWO -- Margarita -- Azazello's cream -- Flight -- By candlelight -- The great ball at Satan's -- The extraction of the master -- How the procurator tried to save Judas of Kiriath -- The burial -- The end of apartment no. 50 -- The last adventures of Koroviev and Behemoth -- The fate of the master and Margarita is decided -- It's time! It's time! -- On Sparrow Hills -- Forgiveness and eternal refuge -- Epilogue.
Summary, etc.:
Presents a satirical drama about Satan's visit to Moscow, where he learns that the citizens no longer believe in God. He decides to teach them a lesson by perpetrating a series of horrific tricks. Combines two distinct yet interwoven parts, one set in contemporary Moscow, the other in ancient Jerusalem.
Language Note:
Translated from the Russian.
Subject: Devil > Fiction.
Atheism > Russia (Federation) > Moscow > Fiction.
Good and evil > Fiction.
Devil > Fiction.
Good and evil.
Moscow (Russia) > Fiction.
Jerusalem > Fiction.
Middle East > Jerusalem.
Russia (Federation) > Moscow.
Genre: Satire.
Historical fiction.
Political fiction.
Satirical literature.
Historical fiction.
Political fiction.
Satirical literature.