Originally Posted by applepie
I've read this book several times. In Russian. When (any) book is translated, it loses its charm. If you'd read this book in original, you'd enjoy it a lot. Bulgakov is an unique author, a genius. He's pretty weird though.
welcome on this thread, applepie. unluckily, or unwisely, I cannot read even the paper titles in Russian. But I read Bulgakov both in English and in Italian, several times nad enjoyed it more and more each time. As I grow older, wiser(?) and more interested in the facets of life and its surreal aspects, this book has more to offer.
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