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The problem of hunger, crucial for everyone, brings Knut Hamsun to the
narrator's mind, but to seek a source for the style or content of this work in
Hamsun seems to me a mistake. Hamsun's feverish style is not as compressed
as Bulgakov's ...
XII Almost Like in Knut Hamsun26 I starve XIII Escape, Escape! One hundred
thousand... I have one hundred thousand!... I earned it! 25. A line from Pushkin's
poem, "There lived a poor knight." 26. Knut Hamsun (1859-1952) is the famed ...
You, who sit starving in a garret over a feuilleton, do not follow the example of the
overfastidious Knut Hamsun. Go to those who live in seven rooms, and eat. On
Friday, I ate soup and a potato patty at the cafeteria, and today, Saturday, I got ...
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LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - gbill - LibraryThing
These stories were all written before Bulgakov started work on his masterpiece “The Master and the Margarita”, but unlike the novel, were published at the time. It’s an interesting mix; Bulgakov is ... Volledige review lezen
Notes on the cuff & other storiesGebruikersrecensie - Not Available - Book Verdict
This book translates several of Bulgakov's early short stories and feuilletons for the first time. They effectively present Bulgakov's personal struggle with the idiocies of Moscow's bureaucracy ... Volledige review lezen
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