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Vasily Ivanovich Komarov, a cabman, lived at No. 26 Shabolovka Street. His
occupational habits were unusual. He almost never hired himself out, but was
frequently at the cabstands. He always had money. And drank a lot. On the night
of May ...
During the inquest Moscow buzzed with the phrase, "Komarov the cabman."
Women talked of pillowcases full of money and of Komarov feeding his pigs with
human innards, etc. Of course, this was all nonsense. But the real truth that came
Sentence was first passed on Komarov when the police took him under guard so
he could show them where he had buried some of the corpses (some of them
were buried near his apartment on Shabolovka Street). Out of the blue, a crowd ...
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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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