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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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For his part, Mailer, from all appearances, agrees with Bulgakov's character Woland, because Mailer has written a novel called The Gospel According to the Son (1997) from the first person point of view of Jesus himself.
Gudkova gives a concise biography of both Bulgakov and Popov, emphasizing Popov's loyalty to Bulgakov over the years and his true admiration of Bulgakov's talent as a literary genius.
Una situacion propia del dramatismo y fantasia de Bulgakov, es complementada regularmente con importantes dosis de humor que hacen de esta obra un deleite rapido y sorprendente.
Al llegar a El Maestro y Margarita, de Bulgakov, subraya un rasgo que la modernidad otorga al Diablo: es extranjero.
In many respects Bulgakov and Gibson share much the same goal: to portray a tough, no-holds-barred depiction of the last hours of Jesus.
Entre los meritos de este trabajo esta el dar a conocer la eclesiologia de Serge Bulgakov (1871-1944) y Georges Florovsky (1893-1979), dos de los mas grandes teologos ortodoxos rusos del siglo XX.
Among writers, I have hundreds--Joyce, Kafka, Borges, Bellow, Narayan, Grass, Calvino, Bulgakov, Dostoyevsky, Gogol, Roth, Kundera are some.
Petersburg, Russia, on February 10, 1907, with Anna Pavlova, Mikhail Oboukhov, Alexis Bulgakov, Julie Sedova, and Vera Fokine.
And then, plaguing the environmentalists, there are always opinions from locals like 28-year-old Dimitry Bulgakov: "Ninety-five percent of people here say: 'Whales?
Sergius Institute of Orthodox Theology was founded in Paris on April 30, 1925, Florovsky was invited by Dean Sergius Bulgakov to join the faculty as Professor of Patristics.
I wrote on my form, "Too angry from waiting for the food to ever prescribe your medication again." I signed it "Bulgakov." Bulgakov, a dissident Russian doctor/ novelist, had satirized the Soviet rulers.
When he was Exarch in Western Europe, in Paris, he took initiatives of great openness; and his thesis in theology has been a firm defence of Vladimir Soloviev and Serghei Bulgakov, of the greatest Orthodox tradition.