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Classic satire

User Review  - leore - Overstock.com

In this satire of life in Stalinist Russia during the 1930's, the Devil comes to Moscow. Laugh-out-loud absurdity mixes with serious themes in a hard to describe but wonderfully entertaining novel. I loved this book when I first read it 40 some years ago, and on rereading it I love still! ... Read full review

great gift!

User Review  - maria111 - Overstock.com

This book is very beautiful, has hardcover and a supercover. The only thing is the hardcover is red and not blue like on the picture. It even has a golden bookmark!This book is a great gift for Russian classic lovers. Read full review

Master and the Margarita

User Review  - Overstock.com

Delightful book with a different tone than the other famous Russian writers. This book makes for a good compare and contrast to Brothers Karamazov. I highly recommend this book for group discussion, otherwise many points are lost when only read alone. Read full review

Review: The Master and Margarita

User Review  - s.penkevich - Goodreads

Manuscripts don't burnů Mikhail Bulgakov, who is no stranger to the pale fire of a burning manuscript, has created a masterpiece of fiction that truly cannot be burned. Having been completed, but not ... Read full review

Master and Margarita

User Review  - tomhale47 - Overstock.com

It is a great book at a great price that anyone who loves Russian literature should read.The translation is remarkable. Read full review

Review: The Master and Margarita

User Review  - Libby - Goodreads

Very little can prepare you for the wild ride that is Mikhail Bulgakov's "The Master and Margarita," especially if you've read other literature or folklore that have the devil as a character. What ... Read full review

Review: The Master and Margarita

User Review  - Meri - Goodreads

Satan goes to Moscow during Stalin's purges. Muscovites are relatively unimpressed, as Satan has nothing on Stalin. Brilliantly written, intricately designed, I could read this book ten times and still find subtle implications I had missed. Read full review

great

User Review  - dsfdsjfsdnf - Overstock.com

I bought this book for a friend, and I recommend it to everyone. The price is great, anywhere else it would be double. I'm very happy with my order. ... Read full review

Review: The Master and Margarita

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

It is difficult to read the Master and Margarita without an uncomfortable awareness of one's lack of understanding and ability to viscerally relate to the 1920's Soviet Russia Bulgakov was ... Read full review


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