The Apocalyptic Vision of Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita
E. Mellen Press, 1991 - 204 pagina's
This study takes as its premise that the novel, which is fascinating for both what it reveals and what it conceals, carries within itself a coherence of meaning. It is widely acknowledged that religious categories of understanding are necessary for a proper interpretation of the novel, but it is common to conclude that Mikhail Bulgakov's outlook is heterodox. This study places him within the theological tradition of Eastern Orthodoxy.
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