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About the Author
Mikhail Bulgakov (1891-1940) grew up and was educated in Kiev. He practiced medicine but soon turned to journalism and writing. He struggled persistently for artistic freedom but was frustrated by the Soviet censorship. "In the last seven years," he wrote to a friend in 1937, "I have created sixteen works in various genres, and they have all been slain."
Margarita Marinova is associate professor of English at Christopher Newport University. She is the author of Transnational Russian-American Travel Writing (2011) and has published essays in Studies in Travel Writing, Slavic and East European Journal, and Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature.
Scott Pollard is professor of English at Christopher Newport University. He is the co-editor, with Kara Keeling, of Food in Children's Literature: Critical Approaches. His research and teaching interests include world literature, Latin American literature, Middle Eastern literature, and food studies.
�This volume has great merit and will be valuable in advanced Russian language classes, in Russian literature courses on Bulgakov, or in classes on Soviet culture or theater.� �Rachel May, Syracuse University