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Rudolfi finally asked in a severe voice. 'How do you know?' 'Likospastov told me. '
'Well, you see . . .' I began (Likospastov was the elderly writer) 'actually I. . .but. . .
thefactis,it'saverybadnovel.' 'I see,' said the spirit, staring intently at me.
'He said your novel was hopeless,' answered Rudolfi coldly and turned over a
page. ('That swine Likospastov! Instead of backing up a friend. . .'and so on.) At
one a.m. we drank some tea and by two o'clock Rudolfi had read the whole novel
I ceased objecting and decided to obey Rudolfi. 'The typewriting will be at your
expense,' Rudolfi went on and I could only nod my head like a dummy. 'Now you
must cross out three words on pages one, seventy-one and three hundred and ...
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LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - nosajeel - LibraryThing
It is not only a reflection on me that I managed to read 30 or 40 pages of this book before realizing that I had read it before, more than fifteen years ago, translated under the title Black Snow. It is inconceivable that something similar could happen with even the first two paragraphs Volledige review lezen
LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - HadriantheBlind - LibraryThing
Bulgakov knows how to write a fine novel - this one all about the hilariously bizarre and frustrating world of stage plays. It ends very abruptly, but the author was about to die. A shame, but it can be more than excused. A wonderfully funny book. Volledige review lezen