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Dialekkt
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Bulgakov, Mikhail

I am curious how many have been as touched by this novel as I have been. I am also looking for works that are as engaging, well written, inventive, historic, and amazing as The Master and Margarita is.
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Re: Bulgakov, Mikhail

My favorite... It's like S. Dali, but in writing. Nice touches of naughty humor too...
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DonsAmoco
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Re: Bulgakov, Mikhail

I just happened across your post about Bulgakov!

The Master & Margarita is one of my particular favorites, though I do need to re-read it once more. I was fortunate enough to see it the Opera performed in Minsk. While entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable, nothing compares to meeting these lively characters in print!
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