Bulgakov


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Bulgakov

Mikhail Afanaseyev . 1891--1940, Soviet novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer; his novels include The Master and Margerita (1966--67)
References in periodicals archive ?
Nevertheless, as an attempt to interpret Bulgakov, Barth, and von Balthasar with each other in terms of their theological vision of the Trinity, it is a brave exercise to undertake, and a demanding one.
The plan of development up to 2020 foresees the deployment of troops in Anderma, and just this morning there was an announcement by the Defense Ministry on this topic because everything has been reviewed and the village will work in practically the same regime as it did in Soviet times," Bulgakov said.
Through Bulgakov and Kulish this article focuses on internal transnationalism specifically between Moscow and Soviet Ukraine.
Phil Reynolds plays Mikhail Bulgakov while Craig Shelton is Stalin.
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.
In the Arctic, deputy Defense Minister General Dmitry Bulgakov specified that Russia will rebuild an additional 10 military airfields in 2015.
Bulgakov had picked up on Solovyov's theory of the "Sophia" (the Wisdom of God--a concept widely accepted in Eastern Orthodoxy) and expanded it.
And in 2009, almost a hundred years after Tolstoy's death, Parini's novel was made into a motion picture, directed by the American director, writer, and producer Michael Hoffman, starring the Canadian actor Christopher Plummer as Lev Tolstoy (for which performance he was nominated both for a Golden Globe and an Academy Award); the award-winning English actress Helen Mirren (whose father was descended from Russian nobility) as Sofya Andreyevna; and the young Scottish actor James McAvoy as Tolstoy's private secretary, Valentin Bulgakov.
Sergius Bulgakov was one of the foremost exponents of this philosophy, developing it with unique subtlety and originality.
3) Bulgakov and Florensky, furthermore, writing in a tradition of Russian Orthodoxy, both reflect an older Byzantine Christian tradition of symphonia between church and state.
Dante Alighieri, "Uncle Styopa" by Sergey Mikahlkov, "Master and Margaret" by Mikhail Bulgakov, "Alice's Adventures in
Bulgakov (Jon Hamm) sits forlornly in his Moscow apartment and thinks back to happier days when as a medical graduate (now played by Daniel Radcliffe) he attempted to care for his deeply superstitious and poorly educated patients while battling personal demons and his own questionable competence.