Mikhail Bulgakov - 2007 - 174 pagina’s
This is Bulgakov's semi-autobiographical story of a writer who fails to sell his novel and fails to commit suicide. When his play is taken up by the theatre, literary success ...
Mikhall Bulgakov - 1970 - 259 pagina’s
Biographical account of the seventeenth-century playwright, producer and actor, tells of his early struggles, his loves and career
Michael Korenblit - 2000 - 310 pagina’s
The story of the author's mother and father and the unimaginable things that happened to them as Jews during World War II.
Mikhail Bulgakov, Andrew Bromfield - 2007 - 116 pagina’s
This Is Bulgakov'S Surreal Tale Of A Moscow Doctor Who Befriends A Stray Dog And Performs On It A Human Transplant - With Disastrous Consequences.
Vladimir Voĭnovich - 1989 - 122 pagina’s
In this satire of Soviet life, an insecure but much-published novelist, Yefim Rakhlin, learns that the Writers' Union is giving fur hats to its members based on their ...
Tatʹi︠a︡na Tolstai︠a︡ - 1990 - 198 pagina’s
This collection of thirteen short stories is peopled by memorable characters leading misunderstood lives and explores their complex relationships with one another and with life