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Мастер и Маргарита. Собачье сердце

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Михаил Булгаков - уникальное явление в русской культуре XX века. О нем все слышали - но мало кто знает что-нибудь достоверно; его собственная биография переплелась с жизнью героев его книг и обросла множеством легенд, домыслов, анекдотов и необъяснимых совпадений. "Библиотека Великих Писателей. XX век" представляет самые знаменитые произведения Булгакова - мудрую печальную ...more
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Igor Tsinman
Книгу "Собачье Сердце" Булгакова можно отнести к (жанру) описанию большого социального эксперимента под названием СССР. У Булгакова отлично сочетаются политическая сатира, фантастика и социальная антиутопия, намеки и аналогии, а порой непрекрытый стеб над "венцом природы".

Отличный автор, отличная повесть, отличный стиль! Жаль, что многие не читали, а знают тему по одноименному фильму (к goodread-овцам это не относится)))

Автор мастерски показал "Феномен Шарикова"! У вас есть знакомые с "собачьи
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Julia
Много умных людей сказали много умных слов про "Мастера и Маргариту".
Я не скажу ничего нового и ничего более умного (и кому вообще моя рецензия кроме меня самой нужна).

Прочитала впервые этот роман в 9 (или 10?) классе, потому что "так надо". Благодаря талантливой учительнице литературы, Галине Генадьевне Козловой, я не только поняла всю красоту и глубину этого произведения, но и полюбила его на веки вечные. Читала и буду читать вновь не раз, всякий раз поражаясь, как в зависимости от моего сиюми
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Sergey Pustylnikov
На самом деле это, как я вижу, хитрый способ отметить за один раз две книжки! ))

Мастер и Маргарита. Читалось легко, местами довольно весело. Мне кажется, автор хотел выразить какую-то сложную мысль, но она либо не оказалась у него самого до конца сформулирована, либо он ее не очень понятно выразил, либо уж наконец это я ее не понял. А вот атмосферу литературное произведение создает блестяще - и притом, множество разных атмосфер. И древний Рим, и Москва советская, и дьявольщина. Я бы поставил 4,5
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Kristi Lamont
I read this book years ago after finding out at some point that it was Mick Jagger's inspiration for "Sympathy for the Devil" -- and as part of my overall life plan to read depressing Russian literature during the bleakest months of the year (January and February), while feeling guilty about not being able to do so in the original language in which the books were written. Totally a mind-blowing and life-altering experience for me. It's been so long now that I might have to go back and re-read it ...more
Katya
Re-reading. Fascinating no matter how many times I've read it.

Gosh, haven't been on this site for quite a while...
G.R. Reader
The English translation is okay, but take the trouble to read it in the original. You won't regret your decision.
Michael Gallagher
These two books fascinated me when I was in my 20s. I am planning to reread now in my late 50s to see if I have changed my opinions. The shorter Heart of Dog is a kind of Far Side look at the Soviet Union through the eyes of a man who gets a heart transplant but his heart comes from a dog. It was a very difficult time to be explicitly critical of the regime in the USSR. Stalin was at his highest point. Bulgagov; however, somehow managed to stay in print. The book mocks the idiosyncracies of the ...more
Robinp
Bulgakov is a writer that should be better known outside Russia. Hard to believe he published these works under Stalin's rule. Master and Margarita is a book that is difficult to put in a genre: fantasy/religion as history/grotesque. The band of demons that are unleashed in Moscow include my favorite: Bigimot, the huge black cat and his browning revolver!

Heart of a Dog is a story where a scientist makes a human-canine hybrid. His dog (after the surgery) becomes a party member, informs on people,
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S. Ward
I finally read this book after a few years on my 'waiting to read' list. The author is incredibly intelligent; I certainly needed all the definitions and references in the back of the edition I read to help me understand the book. But, at the end of it, i felt like an outsider who just didn't get the joke. It may be cultural since I'm not suitably familiar with that era of Russian politics/culture.
What Every Russian Knows
It is hard to express how much 'The Master and Margarita' meant to me and my friends when we were young at the end of the Soviet era. The frustrations and possibilities it conveys caught our mood perfectly. I still ove it.
Miriam Bibby
"The Master and Margarita" is the book I would take to a desert island. Reading it and re-reading it stands the test of time. "Heart of a Dog" deserves to be better known.
Kareem Makhlouf
Yes, it's an icon of Russian literature and all, but...hmmm! Gives Satan too much credit/ glory. I have a much lower opinion of the guy!
Vinnie
Completely brilliant ... I wish I had discovered this book many years ago . There aren't enough stars for this one .
Greg
"Twelve thousand moons for that one moon long ago, isn't that too much?" asked Margarita.
Gunel
Master i Margarita otli4naya kniga,kstati posledniy film toj ni4e..
Kristianne
The book is even more amazing the third time around.
Tarlan
eto moya lubimaya kniga est glavnoe ne Ne vibrat varravu
John Castellucci
Прелестный роман!
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Mikhail Bulgakov was born in Kiev in May 1891. He studied and briefly practised medicine and, after indigent wanderings through revolutionary Russia and the Caucasus, he settled in Moscow in 1921. His sympathetic portrayal of White characters in his stories, in the plays The Days of the Turbins (The White Guard), which enjoyed great success at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1926, and Flight (1927), and ...more
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