What I'll probably do in the near future is re-read the entire novel using only the Glenny translation.
I think I would agree with Beppe that the bravest person in the novel is Margarita. But what of Yeshua? In the end he dies bravely true to his idealism--apparently with no bitterness, when a compromise could well have saved his life. And would this not also confirm his genuine nobility of soul?
Last edited by fantasyfan; 06-18-2011 at 03:36 PM.