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by Mikhail Afanasievich Bulgakov

Written during the Soviet crackdown of the 1930s, Master and Margarita wraps an anti-Stalinist message in a complex allegory of good and evil

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Bulgakov's Master and Margarita
The Master & Margarita pages were conceived as a project for the 1998 Davis winterterm workshop at Middlebury College. These Master & Margarita pages are intended as a web-based multimedia annotation to Bulgakov's novel". It contains analysis, maps, a timeline, character descriptions, and a list of themes related to the work.
Contains: Character Analysis, Historical Context
Author: Kevin Moss
From: Middlebury College

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The Master and Margarita
Jan Vanhellemont presents discussions on all aspects of Mikhael Bulgakov's novel. In English, Dutch, French and Russian.
Contains: Plot Summary, Character Analysis, Historical Context
Author: Vanhellemont, Jan
Author: Vanhellemont, Jan

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