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Old 06-21-2011, 06:34 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by Ea View Post
That was interesting, Beppe. I'll throw a thought in there; in Margarita I see a masculine, extraverted activity - she is a "doer" that complements the Master's introvert, feminine passiveness.
Without Margarita no action and no change. In that she is on the same side as Woland. They both have a role as agents of change.
That's a very interesting idea! I never really noted the gender reversal motif {though Margarita was far and away my favourite character}. It adds something special to the text which certainly deserves further thought.

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