Nothing in the whole of literature compares with The Master and Margarita. One spring afternoon, the Devil, trailing fire and chaos in his wake, weaves himself out of the shadows and into Moscow. Mikhail Bulgakov's fantastical, funny, and devastating satire of Soviet life combines two distinct yet interwoven parts, one set in contemporary Moscow, the other in ancient Jerusalem, each brimming with historical, imaginary, frightful, and wonderful characters.
Ostap Bender is still alive after barely surviving the assassination attempt in the previous book, which he once briefly mentions as "stupid business". This time he hears a story about a clandestine millionaire named Alexandr Koreiko. Koreiko has made millions through various illegal enterprises while pretending to live on an office clerk's salary of 46 rubles a month. Read in Russian by Aleksey Kortnev and Aleksey Bagdasarov.
"Russian language book"
Izdanie soderzhit povest' Aleksandra Kuprina "Jama". Bol'shoj master, vpervye v russkoj literature, opisal zhizn' publichnogo doma, jarko i zhestoko, nichego ne priglazhivaja. V Jamskoj slobode (nazyvaemoj prosto "Jama") nekotorogo juzhnogo goroda na Bol'shoj i Maloj Jamskih ulicah sushhestvuet rjad otkrytyh publichnyh domov. Rech' idjot o zavedenii Anny Markovny Shojbes, kotoroe bylo ne iz shikarnyh, no i ne iz nizkosortnyh...
The White Guard is less famous than Mikhail Bulgakov's comic hit, The Master and Margarita, but it is a lovely book, though completely different in tone. It is set in Kiev during the Russian revolution and tells a story about the war's effect on a middle-class family (not workers). The story was not politically correct and thereby contributed to Bulgakov's lifelong troubles with the Soviet authorities. It was, however, well-loved, and the novel was turned into a successful play at the time of its publication in 1967. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.
Pohishhennyj, ili Prikljuchenija Djevida Bjelfura, v kotoryh rasskazyvaetsja o tom, kak on byl pohishhen i popal v korablekrushenie, kak tomilsja na neobitaemom ostrove i skitalsja v dikih gorah, kak sud'ba svela ego s Alanom Brekom Stjuartom i drugimi jarymi shotlandskimi jakobitami, a takzhe obo vsem, chto on preterpel ot ruk svoego djadi Jebenezera Bjelfura, imenuemogo vladel'cem zamka Shos bez vsjakogo na to prava, opisannye im samim i predlagaemye nyne vashemu vnimaniju Robertom Luisom Stivensonom.
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