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Another uniformed man with a pince-nez, who was sitting in a chair at the end of
this circular corridor, saw me coming, leaped up and croaked in a whisper: 'Good
morning, sir!' He flung open a pair of heavy curtains embroidered with the ...
'Excuse me,' rejoined my new acquaintance in a high tenor, implying that he
would see me in a moment when he had finished reading some papers and . . . ...
he finished reading his papers, took off a pince-nez suspended from a black cord,
A face with very lively eyes behind a pince-nez moved in my direction and said in
a high tenor: 'You wouldn't take it to the Shlippe Theatre, would you? Look what
they do to plays there. They'd have the characters strutting about like Prussian ...
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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