“The Master and Margarita” – by Mikhail Bulgakov

by on Oct.31, 2011, under Book

Three sentence summary: Devilish pranks with various severity and impact upon a contemporary Moscow and it’s citizens create room for reflection about the innocent, good, naive and evil. Moscow and the various characters are portrayed Dostoyevsky-style deeply colorful but without judgement. The vast space for essence interpretation enables an uninfluenced individual reflection on the definition and origin of evil.

Readability: 8

Glue factor: 7

Artistic aspiration: 8

Knowledge offer: 6

Depth: 6

Life value: 7


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“The Master and Margarita” – by Mikhail Bulgakov, 5.0 out of 5 based on 6 ratings
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