Danilov, the Violist: A Novel

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W. Morrow, 1987 - 307 pages
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An entertaining and whimsical novel from the Soviet Union about the misadventures of a half-demon violist sent to wreak havoc on Earth."

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Danilov, the violist: a novel

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Danilov, a half-human, half-demon sent to Earth to cause trouble for mankind, finds humans far too engaging for this task and instead spends his time playing the concert viola, entertaining demonic ... Read full review

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An important Soviet Russian novel of the 1970s. Originally published in 'Novy Mir' journal. An organic entry in the body of the Romantic/Gothic strain in Russian literature. Recommended to admirers of Bulgakov and Kaverin. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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