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In 1919 he came down with typhus and was abandoned by the White Volunteer
Army in the Caucasus as they evacuated, since travelling would have certainly
killed him. It was at this point that he decided to quit medicine (to which he had ...
Part I appeared in Nakanune's literary supplement in June 1922. It was censored
by the editors, who obviously thought the references to famine, typhus, and
political clashes a little too sensitive for their readership. "Notes on the Cuff" is
A hundred and two... it can't possibly be typhus can it? Can it? It's not possible!
Where from? But what if it is typhus?! Any other time, but not now! That would be
terrible... It's nothing. Hypochondria. I just have a cold, that's all. It's influenza.
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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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