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Structure of social relations in the novel \emph{The Master and Margarita} by M. A. Bulgakov: A network analysis of verbal communications

  title={Structure of social relations in the novel \emph\{The Master and Margarita\} by M. A. Bulgakov: A network analysis of verbal communications},
  author={Yuri Yu. Tarasevich and Anna Viktorovna Danilova and Olga E. Romanovskaya},
A network analysis of the structure of social relationships in one of the most popular Russian novels of the Soviet era The Master and Margarita by M. A. Bulgakov has been carried out. The structure of the novel is complex, i.e., there is ‘a story within a story’. Moreover, the real-world-characters and the other-world-characters are interacting in the novel. A complex and unusual structure of the character network is expected. Presum- ably, the network may be split in two subgraphs owing very… 

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