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An edition of Мастер и Маргарита (1966)

Мастер и Маргарита

大師與瑪格麗特

880-03 Chu ban.
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An edition of Мастер и Маргарита (1966)

Мастер и Маргарита

大師與瑪格麗特

880-03 Chu ban.
  • 4.19 ·
  • 48 Ratings
  • 262 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading
  • 64 Have read
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The battle of competing translations, a new publishing phenomenon which began with One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, now offers two rival American editions of Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. Mirra Ginsburg's (Grove Press) version is pointedly grotesque: she delights in the sharp, spinning, impressionistic phrase. Her Bulgakov reminds one of the virtuoso effects encountered in Zamyatin and Babel, as yell as the early Pasternak's bizarre tale of Heine in Italy. Translator Michael Glenny, on the other hand, almost suggests Tolstoy. His (Harper & Row) version is simpler, softer, and more humane. The Bulgakov fantasy is less striking here, but less strident, too. Glenny: ""There was an oddness about that terrible day...It was the hour of the day when people feel too exhausted to breathe, when Moscow glows in a dry haze..."" Ginsburg: ""Oh, yes, we must take note of the first strange thing...At that hour, when it no longer seemed possible to breathe, when the sun was tumbling in a dry haze..."" In any case, The Master and Margarita, a product of intense labor from 1928 till Bulgakov's death in 1940, is a distinctive and fascinating work, undoubtedly a stylistic landmark in Soviet literature, both for its aesthetic subversion of ""socialist realism"" (like Zamyatin, Bulgakov apparently believed that true literature is created by visionaries and skeptics and madmen), and for the purity of its imagination. Essentially the anti-scientific, vaguely anti-Stalinist tale presents a resurrected Christ figure, a demonic, tricksy foreign professor, and a Party poet, the bewildered Ivan Homeless, plus a bevy of odd or romantic types, all engaged in socio-political exposures, historical debates, and supernatural turnabouts. A humorous, astonishing parable on power, duplicity, freedom, and love.

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Master and Margarita
2019, Macmillan Collector's Library
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Master and Margarita
2018, Alma Classics
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2012, Dom Wydawniczy "Rebis"
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Мастер и Маргарита: 大師與瑪格麗特
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Der Meister und Margarita
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The Master and Margarita
2003, BCA
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Мастер и Маргарита: roman
1994, "Sibirskai͡a kniga"
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Edition Notes

Series
Mix -- 4
Translation Of
Мастер и Маргарита
Translated From
Russian

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Dewey Decimal Class
891.7/3/42
Library of Congress
PG3476.B78

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Pagination
490 p.
Number of pages
490

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL31890806M
Internet Archive
dashiyumagelite0000buer
ISBN 10
9861371095
ISBN 13
9789861371092
OCLC/WorldCat
730970520, 456342487
Goodreads
58637589

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