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Mikhail Bulgakov

a.k.a. Mikhail Akanasievich Bulgakov

Author Code: RMAB

Born: May 15, 1891 - Kiev, Ukraine

Died: Mar. 10, 1940 - Moscow, Russia

Educated at the Medical School of Kiev University, Bulgakov graduated in 1916. During the Revolution, he enlisted as a field doctor with the White Army and ended up in the Caucasus. There he found work as a journalist and began writing prose in the early 1920's. In 1924, he published The White Guard, a novel of the Civil War, and some works of science fiction including The Fatal Eggs (Also known as The Fateful Eggs). In 1925, he followed with another science fiction work, Heart of a Dog. Many of his writings were considered to be veiled criticisms of the Soviet Union and eventually he was censored by the authorities. Nevertheless, some of his works amused Stalin and he avoided the purges of the late 1930's. Stalin, however, continued to refuse Bulgakov's requests to emigrate. His other works include Diaboliad (1925), The Murderer (1925), The Days of Turbins (1926), Flight (1928), The Crimson Island (1928), Dead Souls (1932), A Cabal of Hypocrites (1934), Moliere (1936), Pushkin (1940) and The Master and Margarita (1966 Posthumous).

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RMAB001 The Murderer 1925 9 134k eBook Download PDF - 'The Murderer' (RMAB001) Find a printed copy of The Murderer by Mikhail Bulgakov at AbeBooks

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