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|Genre/Form:||Translations into English
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Bulgakov, Mikhail, 1891-1940.
Notes on the cuff & other stories.
Ann Arbor : Ardis, 1991
|Named Person:||Mikhail Bulgakov|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||Translated from the Russian.|
|Description:||xix, 223 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Notes on the cuff --
The red crown --
The night of the third --
Red stone Moscow --
The capital in a notebook --
Moscow, city of churches --
Moscow scenes --
Benefit performance for Lord Curzon --
Travel notes --
The Komarov case --
The city of Kiev.
|Other Titles:||Short stories.|
|Responsibility:||Mikhail Bulgakov ; translated by Alison Rice.|
affiliation, and the Byzantine Moscow bureaucracy. This stylistically brilliant work was only partially published during Bulgakov's lifetime due to censorship, but was immediately recognized by the literati as an important work. The other stories collected here range from a sequence about the Civil War to Bulgakov's early reportage on the rebuilding of Moscow in the early 1920s, stories which now have a strikingly contemporary ring. Bulgakov describes the swindlers who.
arrived along with NEP, a program for the limited return to a market economy, as well as the vast reconstruction as the city is brought back from the destruction of civil war. Bulgakov, who burst on the world literary scene in the 1960s with the publication of his long-suppressed The Master and Margarita, has continued to enjoy tremendous success both in and out of Russia where productions of his plays and adaptations of his prose works have found new audiences.