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Bulgakov

Mikhail Afanaseyev . 1891--1940, Soviet novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer; his novels include The Master and Margerita (1966--67)
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IT IS 1910 Russia and Valentin Bulgakov, the new private secretary to Leo Tolstoy, arrives at the writer's estate - the battleground for a public war in The Last Station (BBC2, tonight, 11pm).
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00pm) In 1910 Russia, Valentin Bulgakov, the new private secretary to Leo Tolstoy, arrives at the writer's estate - the battleground for a public war.
Nesterov's 1917 painting "Philosophers" is of the two most notable Orthodox philosophers in Russian history, Sergei Bulgakov and Pavel Florensky.
I was inspired by the talent of Mikhail Bulgakov, who mastered the skill of talking about complex subjects in an ironic form, I began writing the book which you can now see," says Ignaty Dyakov.
also highlights areas of concern, such as the highly gendered theologies of Sergei Bulgakov (1871-1944) and Pavel Evdokimov (1901-1970), whose positive aspirations in this arena may not have been adequately realized.
Quantity: Lot 1 - pay for heating in literary memorial museum of Mikhail Bulgakov - 83 509.
Schlogel opens the text, moreover, with a long, interpretive re-capitulation of the midnight flight of Margarita from the iconic novel of Stalinist Moscow by Mikhail Bulgakov, The Master and Margarita.
Set in Moscow in 1938 the plot revolves around writer Mikhail Bulgakov, who is living among dissidents and stalked by the secret police.
Russia's deputy defence minister general Dmitry Bulgakov confirmed Korolev's announcement, saying that all troops stationed in the new base will be given frost resistant uniforms that will protect them from temperatures as low as negative 60 degrees Celsius.
I have always believed that the true predecessors and inspirations for Solzhenitsyn include Christian thinkers such as Soloviev, Bulgakov, and Il'in who, like Solzhenitsyn, drew on the best of the Western intellectual tradition while firmly rejecting those scientistic, atheistic, and subjectivist currents that identified human progress with the triumph of "anthropocentric humanism.
Based on autobiographical short stories by Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov, the show is about two characters: a doctor played by Hamm, who tells stories from his youth as the younger version of the doctor, played by Radcliffe, essentially acts things out.