Key and tripod in mikhail Bulgakov'sMaster and Margarita

@article{ReidelSchrewe1995KeyAT,
  title={Key and tripod in mikhail Bulgakov'sMaster and Margarita},
  author={Ursula Reidel-Schrewe},
  journal={Neophilologus},
  year={1995},
  volume={79},
  pages={273-282}
}

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BULGAKOV'S NOVEL The Master and Margarita is a confusing combination of different elements: satire, fantasy, serious philosophical and religious questioning.1 The variety of critical commentaries has

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In the years since the appearance of The Master and Margarita a large body of critical literature has been devoted to a search for unity, or rather a search for the key that unites the novel's three