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Mikhail Bulgakov in the Western World: A Bibliography

Katherine Konchakovska and Bohdan Yasinsky,
Library of Congress
1998

Contents

Preface

Mikhail Bulgakov in the Western World (A Bibliography) reflects the holdings of the Library of Congress - books, pamphlets, and microforms - by and about Bulgakov. Because many of these works are unknown in Bulgakov's native land, the European Division of the Library of Congress has compiled the present bibliography of selected works from the West with the intention of reaching a wide range of readers, librarians and researchers in the former Soviet Union and the West.

The bibliography includes some translations that are not held by the Library of Congress because of collection policies concerning translations with languages other then English. This bibliography attempts to depict the wide spectrum of interest by researchers in Bulgakov's role in the world - not only his influence on his contemporaries but his continuing influence. It is intended for researchers, librarians, bibliographers, bibliophiles, and for all those interested in the intellectual and spiritual heritage of the Russian and Ukrainian nations.

The material in the index is divided into six chapters. In the chapter Works about M. Bulgakov, the titles in the original languages consist of selected works and special publications arranged by the Latin alphabet. Bibliographic entries were made according to Anglo-American cataloging rules used in the Library of Congress. All titles in this bibliography were examined de visu. All bibliographic data were verified. All titles and author names are arranged by main entry in numbered alphabetic sequence. Cyrillic-alphabet entries are transliterated by the Library of Congress system. Geographic names are cited in accordance with the U.S. Board of Geographic Names system. Library of Congress call numbers are given for the monographs held by the Library. Some entries are annotated. Three indexes are provided with reference to the numbered entries: Name (authors, coauthors, compilers, translators), Geographical (place of publication), and Chronological.

We would like to thank the Assistant Chief of the European Division, David H. Kraus, for supporting the project with his friendly assistance and valuable advice, and Stephen C. Cranton, Computer Specialist in the European Division, for his part in formatting the text.

Katherine Konchakovska,
Bohdan Yasinsky

Mikhail Afanas'evich Bulgakov (1891-1940)

Mikhail Afanas'evich Bulgakov, a prominent Russian author and playwright, was born in Kiev on May 3 (15), 1891, into the family of an assistant professor at the Kiev Theological Academy, A.I. Bulgakov. Mikhail was one of seven children, the oldest of three brothers. After the death of his father in 1907, Mikhail's mother - a well-educated and extraordinary diligent person, assumed responsibility for his education.

From 1901 to 1904, Mikhail attended the First Kiev Gymnasium. The teachers of the Gymnasium exerted a great influence on the formation of Mikhail's literary taste, and his favorite authors became Gogol, Pushkin, Dostoevsky, Saltykov-Shchedrin, and Dickens. After graduation, Bulgakov entered the Medical Faculty of St. Vladimir University, which he finished with special commendation. He became a physician at the Kiev Military Hospital. After serving as a surgeon at Chernovtsy hospital, he was appointed provincial physician to Smolensk province. His life in those days were is reflected in his Notes of a Young Physician.

In 1918, Mikhail Bulgakov returned to Kiev where he opened a private practice at his home at no. 13 Andreyevsky Descent. Here he experienced the dreadful years of the Russian Civil War and witnessed ten coups. Several times successive governments drafted the young doctor into their service. In 1919, he was drafted by the White Army, again as an army physician and then transferred to the Northern Caucasus. There he became seriously ill and barely survived. After this illness he abandoned his career as a doctor for that of a writer. In his autobiography, Bulgakov recalls how he started writing : "Once in 1919 when I was traveling at night by train I wrote a short story. In the town where the train stopped, I took the story to the publisher of the newspaper who published the story."

His first plays, Self-defense and Turbin Brothers, were written in Vladikavkaz and shown there on the city stage with great success. After short travels in Vladikavkaz, Piatigorsk, Tiflis, and Batum, Bulgakov went to Moscow in the 1921, intending "to remain here forever." It was difficult to find work in the capital, but he was fortunate - he was appointed secretary to the literary section of Glavpolitprosvet. To make a living, he worked as a correspondent and wrote feuilletons for the newspapers Gudok, Krasnaia Panorama and the Berlin newspaper Nakanune. For the almanac Nedra, he wrote The Heart of a Dog (1925), The Fatal Eggs, Diaboliad(1924), and The Adventures of a Chichikov.

Bulgakov's began writing the story about the Civil War in Ukraine in 1923, which he published in the journal Rossiia under the title The White Guard. At the request of Moscow Art Theater (MKHAT), Bulgakov wrote on the basis of this story the play The Days of the Turbins (1926), which was staged on the stage of MKHAT with great success.

In 1928, Moscow theaters presented his comedies Zoya's apartment and The Purple Island. Although both comedies were accepted by public with great enthusiasm, the critics gave them bad reviews. In the play Beg, Bulgakov treated the horrors of a fratricidal war. The Glavrepertkom, which had the power to sanction or prohibit the play, decided that Beg glorified emigration and White generals. Although rehearsals were continued, Stalin prohibited Beg on the Soviet stage. In the play Molier (The Cabal of Hypocrites), Bulgakov plunges "into fairy Paris of the XVII century." The duel of the great dramatist and actor, Moliere, with a royal palace hypocrite was the theme around which the action took place. After the review by Pravda of the play's premiere, the play was banned from the theater repertoire. Bulgakov's play Batum about the revolutionary years of Joseph Stalin, was prohibited by Stalin himself. His plays Ivan Vasilievich, Last Days (Pushkin), and Don Quixote were also banned. In despair that his works could not be published and his plays not performed in theaters, Bulgakov wrote a letter to Stalin requesting that he be allowed to go abroad. His request was in vain; he did not receive permission.

Bulgakov's personal life was not a fortunate one, yet during his student years he fell in love and married Tat'iana Lappa. Together they experienced the Civil War, enthusiasm and disappointment, joy and sorrow, happiness, and bitterness at the time of parting when they were divorced. Bulgakov married a second and a third time.

Bulgakov envisioned and began his beloved novel The Master and Margarita in 1928, and did the last editing two weeks before his death. The refusal of the authorities to let him work in the theater and the provocations of the critics seemed to damage his health. He became seriously ill and died on March 10, 1940.

Works about Bulgakov

Dissertations

1. Angell, M. Max. Ontological vertigo : the metafiction of Cervantes' Don Quixote and Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. M.A. diss., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993, iv. 86 leaves.

2. Bassett, Antoinette M. H.G.. Wells and Mikhail Bulgakov : A Study of Influence and Intertextuality. M.A. ids., University of Alaska, Anchorage, 1996, 238 p.

3. Brintlinger, Angela Kay. The Russian Biographical Novel of the Nineteen Twenties and Thirties (IUrii Tynianov, Vladislav Khodasevich, Mikhail Bulgakov). Ph.D. ids., Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin, 1994, 234 p.

4. Checkin, Leslie Louise. Dialogue with Stalin : Aesthetic Response to Stalin in the works of Russian Writers of the Thirties (Tvardovskii, Pasternak, Bulgakov). Ph.D. ids., Ithaca, NY, Cornell University, 1995, 248 p.

5. Fowler, Margarita. The Continuing Faustian Tradition : in Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. M.A. ids., University of Manitoba (Canada), 1991, 97 p.

6. Kalb, Judith Ellen. Russia Through the Roman Prism : Merezhkovskii to Bulgakov (1890-1940) (Dmitrii Merezhkovskii, Valerii Briusov, Aleksandr Blok, Mikhail Kuzmin, Mikhail Bulgakov). Ph.D. ids., Stanford University, 1996, 237 p.

7. Landy, Deborah A. The modern devil as he appears in The Brothers Karamazov, Man and Superman, and The Master and Margarita : the embodiment of evil is no longer a truly evil character. Ph.D. ids., Waltham, MA, Brandeis University, 1992, 62 leaves.

8. Larsen, Susan Kirsten. The Poetics of Performance in the Works of Mixail Bulgakov. Ph.D. ids., New Haven, CT, Yale University, 1993, 293 p.

9. Lefsky, Bethan. NEP types in Russian literature and culture of the 1920's. B.A. ids., Madison, NJ, Drew University, 1993. iii, 115 p. : ill.

10. Lokshina, Tanya. Bulgakov and Moliere. Waltham, MA, Brandeis University, 1995, 61 leaves. Includes bibliographical references.

11. Longinovic, Tomislav Z. The Improbable Universe : Ideology, Identity and Borderline Poetics in the XX Century Slavic Novel. Ph.D. ids., University of Iowa, 1990, 258 p. Includes bibliographical references. On Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita , Witold Gombrowicz's Ferdydurke , Danilo Kis's A Tomb for Boris Davidovich and Milan Kundera's Life is Elsewhere.

12. Mahood, Scott L. Soviet dramatic satire of the NEP. M.A. ids., Sacramento, CA, California State University, 1992. vi, 70 leaves.

13. Popovich-Semeniuk, Maria. Sonata Pathetique by Mykola Kulish and The Days of the Turbins by Mikhail Bulgakov : a Literary Dialogue. Ph.D. ids., University of Ottawa (Canada), 1990, 280 p.

14. Prager, Valerie. Comparative Analysis of the Christian Theme in Soviet Literature (Mikhail Bulgakov, Boris Pasternak, Chingiz Aytmatov, V. Alfeeva, IU. Dombrovski). M.A. ids., McGill University (Canada), 1993, 111 p.

15. Richmond, Steven David. Ideologically Firm : Soviet Theater Censorship, 1921-1928. Ph.D. ids., University of Chicago, 1996, 472 leaves. Includes bibliographical references.

16. Rozhdestvensky, Ilya. Musical semiosis in Bulgakov's novel Master and Margarita. Waltham, MA, Brandeis University, 1994, 69 leaves.

17. Sabo, Roman Andrzej. Slavic Metafiction : Witold Gombrowicz's "Ferdydurke", Mikhail Bulgakov's "Master i Margarita", and Vaclav Rezac's "Rozhrani." Ph.D. ids., University of Toronto (Canada), 1994, 268 p.

18. Singleton, Amy Catherine. No Place Like Home : the Literary Artist and Russia's Search for Cultural Identity (Nikolai Gogol, Ivan Goncharov, Evgenii Zamiatin, Mikhail Bulgakov). Ph.D. ids., Madison, University of Wisconsin, 1994.

19. Smith, Natalie Marie. The development of the Pilate figure in the works of Mikhail Bulgakov. M.A. ids., University of Texas at Austin, 1996. vi, 73 leaves. Includes bibliographical references.

20. Solomon, Howatd Todd. Religion and Philosophy in Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita: Rootsin the silver Age and Pavel Florenskii's Writings. Ph.D. ids., Lawrence, KA, University of Kansas, 1997, 288 p.

21. Thomas, Kathleen. The Procees of Identity Formation Through Transcendence in the Modern Novel (Fyodor Dostoevsky, Toni Morrison, Nadine Gordimer, E.M. Forster, Virginia Woolf, Joseph Heller, Doris Lessing, Mikhail Bulgakov). Ph.D. ids., Florida State University, 1996, 228 p.

22. Zimmermann, Gisela. The Revolutionary and the Superfluous Man : Soviet Russian Images of Faust (Lunacarskij Anatolij, Zamjatin Evgenij, Bulgakov Mixail, Alesin Samuil, Sel'vinskij Il'ja). Ph.D. ids., Lawrence, KA, University of Kansas, 1992.

Books and Articles

23. Abraham, Pavel. Roman "Master i Margarita" M.A. Bulgakova. Brno: Masarykova univerzita v Brne, 1993, 212 p. (Spisy Pedagogicke fakulty MU v Brne; sv. 44). Includes bibliographical references p. 194-211.

24. Baum, Rob K. "Mad Messiah : Censorship and Salvation in Bulgakov's "Flight."" In: Madness in Drama. (James Redmond, ed.; Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993): 137-149. (Themes in Drama, Series no.15).

25. Beaujour, Elizabeth Klosty. "The Uses of Witches in Fedin and Bulgakov." In: A Plot of Her Own : The Female Protagonist in Russian Literature. (Sona Stephan Hoisington, ed.; Evanston, IL: Northwestern UP, 1995): 72-80. (Studies in Russian Literature and Theory).

26. Bethea, David M. "Bulgakov and Nabokov : Toward a Comparative Perspective." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A. , no. 24 (1991): 187-209.

27. Binova, Galina. "Tekhnika smekha u M. Bulgakova : Sredstva sozdaniia komicheskogo v "Rokovykh iaitsakh'."" Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University : Rada Literarnevedna 41, no. 39, (1992): 131-137.

28. Bottiger L.E. "Michail Bulgakov, lakare och forfattare-ett hundraarsminne. Manuskript brinner inte = Mikhail Bulgakov, physician and writer-a year of centenaries. Manuscripts do not burn." Lakartidningen [Sweden] 49 (December 1991): 4269-4271.

29. Brezuleanu, Ana Maria. "Gentenar Mihail Bulgacov." LA&I: Litere, Arte, Idei  31 (December 9, 1991): 4-5.

30. Briker, Boris. "Nakazanie v romane M. Bulgakova "Master i Margarita" : Tipologiia motiva." Russian, Croatian and Serbian, Czech and Slovak, Polish Literature 35 no. 1 (January 1994): 1-38.

31. Bristol, Evelyn. "Turn of a century : modernism, 1895-1925." In: The Cambridge History of Russian Literature. (Charles A. Moser; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992): 709-126.

32. Bulgakov : the Novelist-playwright. Luxembourg: Harwood, 1995. xvii, 249 p. : ill.; 25 cm.

33. Bulgakovskii sbornik : Materialy po istorii russkoi literatury XX veka / Tallinskii pedagogicheskii universitet. Tallinn: Universitet, 1994, 20 cm. PG3476.B78 Z4583

34. Cartas a Stalin. [Bulgakov, Mikhail Afanas'evich]. Madrid: Griajlbo Mondadori, 1991, 109 p. : ill., ports. (El espejo de tinta).

35. Chudakova, Marietta. "Pasternak and Bulgakov : The Boundary Between Two Literary Cycles." Russian Social Science Review 37, no. 3 (May-June 1996): 77-97.

36. Coleman, C. B. Soviet Dramatic Satire in the Twenties : a Critical Anthology of Three Plays by Bulgakov, Erdman and Mayakovsky. New Haven: Yale University, 1993, 296 p.

37. Cox, Stephen. "The Devil's Reading list." Raritan 16, no. 2 (Fall 1996): 97-111.

38. Davies, J. M. Q. "Bulgakov : Atheist or "Militant Old Believer"? : The Master and Margarita Reconsidered." Australian Slavonic and East European Studies 6, no.1 (1992): 125-134.

39. Di Sora, Daniela and Lucetta Negarville. Mosca, la città del maestro. Roma : Biblioteca del vascello Distribuzione, Nuovi equilibri, 1991, 109 p. (Serendipity; 4) Includes bibliographical references. PG3476.B78 Z646 1991

40. Drawicz, Andrzej. Mistrz i diabel : o Michale Bulhakowie. Kraków: Znak, 1990, 376 p. Includes bibliographical references and index. PG3476.B78 Z65 1990

41. Elbaum, Henry. "The Evolution of the Master and Margarita: Text, Context, Intertext." Canadian Slavonic Papers 37, no. 1-2 (March 1995): 59-87.

42. Ericson, Edward E. The Apocalyptic Vision of Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, 1991, 204 p. (Studies in Slavic language and literature; 6) PG3476.B78M3334 1991
REV: Jane Grayson. Slavonic & East European Review 71:1 (January 1993): 146-147.

43. Faiman, Grigorii. "Poslednee "delo" Bulgakova ili "Kadry reshaiut vse." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A, no. 24 (1991): 263-270.

44. Fast, Piotr. "Mistrz i Malgorzata" Bulhakowa : pisarz, epoka, powiesc. Katowice: Polska Akademia Nauk, Oddz. w Katowicach, Komisja Historycznoliteracka, 1991, 35 p. (Spotkania z literatura; 8).

45. Filips-Juswigg, Katherina. "Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita and Oscar Wilde's "Salome" : Motif-Patterns and Allusions." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A, no. 24 (1991): 177-186.

46. Gasparov, Boris. "No M. Bulgakova romana "Meistars un Margarita" motivu strukturas verojumiem / translated by Sarmitee Grinbalte and Maris Grinbalts." Avots 8 (August 1990): 27-31; 9 (September 1990): 26-31; 10 (October 1990): 25-31.

47. Gerould, Daniel. "Bulgakov's last decade" (Curtis, J. A. E., Cambridge University Press, 1987) [book review]. Modern Drama 34, (March 1991): 156-158.

48. Gillespie, David C. The Twentieth-century Russian Novel : an Introduction. Oxford, Washington, DC.: Berg, 1996. vii, 179 p. Includes bibliographical references p.171-177 and index.

49. Gimpelevich-Schwartzman, Zina. Boris Pasternak: What M is out there? New York: Legas, 1990, 163 p. (Literary criticism series; 3). Includes bibliographical references.
REV: Mikhail Pozin. Southern Humanities Review 30, no. 2 (Spring 1996).

50. Gobler, Frank. "Zur Bedeutung des Raums in Michail Bulgakovs Dramen "Kabala Svjatos" (Mol'er) und 'Poslednie Dni'." (Puskin). Zeitschrift fár Slavische Philologie [Heidelberg] 50, no. 1 (1990): 143-166.

51. Goscilo, Helena. "His Master's Voice : Puskin chez Bulgakov." In: James Daniel Armstrong in Memoriam (Charles E. Gribble, ed., Richard Pope, ed., Charles E. Townsend, ed., Ronald Feldstein, ed., Cornelis van Schooneveld, ed.; Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1994): 54-66.

52. Gourg, Marianne. Mikhaïl Boulgakov, 1891-1940 : un maître et son destin : biographie en images. Paris: R. Laffont, 1992, 310 p. : ill.; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references p. 100-103 and index. PG3476.B78 Z676 1992

53. Gutkin, Irina. "Michail Bulgakov's Novella "Rokovye jajca" in the Context of Mythological Subtexts." Russian, Croatian and Serbian, Czech and Slovak, Polish Literature 31, no. 3 (April 1, 1992): 283-296.

54. Haber, Edythe C. "Bulgakov's Nakanune Feuilletons." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A, no. 24 (1991): 3-19.

55. Haber, Edythe C. "Bulgakov's Pushkin : Poor Knight or Poor Evgenii?" In: Alexander Lipson: In Memoriam (Charles E. Gribble; Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1994), p. 73-86. PG2026 L56A4 1994

56. Haber, Edythe C. "Dwellings and Devils in Early Bulgakov." Slavic and East European Journal 37 (September 1993): 326-338.

57. Haber, Edythe C. "The Lamp with the Green Shade : Mikhail Bulgakov and His Father." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A ., no. 24 (1991): 211-227.

58. Haber, Edythe C. "The Social and Political Context of Bulgakov's "The Fatal Eggs."" Slavic Review 51, no. 3 (Fall 1992): 497-510.

59. Hausmann, Christiane. Anderes Denken in der Sowjetunion : das "Okkulte" als positive Utopie bei Bulgakov. Frankfurt am Main: Haag + Herchen, 1990, 103 p. Revision of the author's thesis (Magisterarbeit) presented in 1987 under the title: Das okkulte Weltbild in M. Bulgakovs Roman Master i Margarita. PG3476.B78 Z65 1990

60. Hetenyi, Z. "Fatal Hearts of the 1920s : On Mikhail Bulgakov's The Heart of the Dog" / translated by J. Crossan. Scottish Slavonic Review, XIV (1990): 181-190.

61. Hunns, Derek J. Bulgakov's Apocalyptic Critique of Literature. Lewiston, New York.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1996, 21 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. PG3476.B78 M334 1996

62. Javornik, Miha. Evangelij Bulgakova : o ustvarjalnosti Mihaila Afanasjevica Bulgakova. Ljubljana: Znanstveni institut Filozofske fakultete, 1994. 225 p. (Razprave Filozofske fakultete). PG3476.1378 Z73 1994

63. Javornik, Miha. "M. A. Bulgakov - umetnost in zgodovina, fiktivno ali realno." Slavisticna Revija [Slovenia] 40, no. 1 (1992): 79-101.

64. Journal confisque = Moi dnevnik [Mikhail Bulgakov] / edited by M. Gourg, translated by p. Lequesne. [Arles]: Solin, 1992, 105 p.

65. Krugovoi, George. The Gnostic Novel of Mikhail Bulgakov : Sources and Exegesis. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1991. x, 316 p. ; 24 cm. PG3476.B78 Z753 1991
REV: David M. Bethea. Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A ., no. 25 (1992-93): 324-327.

66. Krugovoi, George. "O bunte i izmene na korable Saardamskogo Plotnika : O romane Mikhaila Bulgakova "Belaia gvardiia."" In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A., no. 24 (1991): 21-42.

67. Larsen, Susan Kirsten. ""I'm an Actor, Not a Writer" : Acting and Authorship in Bulgakov's Works." Theater [New Haven, CT] 22, no. 2 (Spring 1991): 40-46.

68. LeBlanc, Ronald D. "Feeding a Poor Dog a Bone : The Quest for Nourishment in Bulgakov's 'Sobach'e serdtse'." Russian Review 52, no. 1 (January 1993): 58-78.

69. Liubin, Misha. Pravdu govorit' legko i priiatno : o iudeiskikh glavakh romana M. Bulgakova "Master i Margarita". Holyoke, MA: New England Publishing Co. Publishers of New Collector's Edition Russian books "Volshebnyi kvadrat", 1995, 59 p. : ill. (Biblioteka bibliofila). PG3476.B78 M3345 1995

70. Longinovic, Tomislav Z. Borderline Culture : The Politics of Identity in Four Twentieth Century Slavic Novels. Fayetteville: Univ. of Arkansas P, 1993. xiii, 197 p. PG507.L66 1993

71. Lowe, David. "Gounod's "Faust" and Bulgakov's 'The Master and Margarita'.". The Russian Review 55 (April 1996): 279-286.

72. Lur'e, IA. S. "Mikhail Bulgakov between Mark Twain and Lev Tolstoi." Russian Review 50, no. 2 (April 1991): 203-210.

73. Luria, J. "Mikhail Bulgakov and Lev Tolstoi". Oxford Slavonic Papers [Oxford, England] 23 (1990): 67-78.

74. Mai, Birgit. Satire im Sowjetsozialismus : Michail Soschtschenko, Michail Bulgakow, Ilja Ilf, Jewgeni Petrow. Bern, New York: P. Lng, 1993, 206 p. Includes bibliographical references.
REV: Lesley Milne. Slavic Review  54, iss. 1 (Spring 1995): 244-245.

75. Mann, Robert. "The Path of the Bronze Horseman in The Master and Margarita". In: Oregon Studies in Chinese and Russian Culture. (Albert Leong, ed.; New York: Peter Lang, 1990): 169- 186. (American University Studies XII: Slavic Languages and Literature, Series no. 13).

76. Manuscripts don't burn : Mikhail Bulgakov, a life in letters and diaries / compiled and translated by J. A. E. Curtis. London: Bloomsbury, 1991, 306 p. Contains extensive selections from Bulgakov's correspondence and diary, and from the diary of his wife Elena Sergeevna Bulgakova, translated from the Russian. PG476.B78 Z64 1991
REV: David M. Bethea. The New York Times Book Review (January 3, 1993): 3; Olga Carlisle. Book world 23, iss. 5 (January 31, 1993); The Economist 319 (June, 1991): 87; Simon Franklin. The Times Literary Supplement (May 3, 1991): 21; Jane Grayson. Slavonic & East European Review 70, iss. 2 (April 1992); Harvey Pekar. Review of Contemporary Fiction 13, iss. 1 (Spring 1993): 282-283; Ludmila Predneva. World Literature Today 68, iss. 1 (Winter 1994): 161; Ruth M. Ross. Library Journal 117 (October 1, 1992): 86; Robert Russell. Modern Language Review 88 (April 1993): 542-543; Genevieve Stuttaford. Publishers Weekly 239, iss. 46 (October 19, 1992): 69; N. Tittler. Choice 30 (April 1993): 1319; Laura D. Weeks. Russian Review 53, iss. 3 (July 1993): 419-420.

77. Manuscripts don't burn : Mikhail Bulgakov, a life in letters and diaries / compiled and translated by J. A. E. Curtis. London: Harvill, 1992, 306 p. Includes index.

78. Manuscripts don't burn : Mikhail Bulgakov, a life in letters and diaries/ compiled and translated by J. A. E. Curtis. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 1992, 306 p. PG3476.B78 Z64 1992

79. Les manuscrits ne brulent pas : une vie a travers des lettres et des journaux intimes [M. A. Bulgakov] / compiled and translated by J. A. E. Curtis. Paris: Julliard, 1991, 354 p. (Papiers d'identite).

80. The Master and Margarita : a critical companion / edited by Laura D. Weeks. Evanston: Northwestern University Press: American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, 1996. viii, 252 p. (Northwestern / AATSEEL critical companions to Russian literature). Includes bibliographical references p. [247]-252.
PG3476.B78 M3354 1996
CONTENTS: Barratt, Andrew. "The Master and Margarita in Recent Criticism : An Overview", p. 84-97; Barratt, Andrew. "Beyond Parody : The Goethe Connection", p. 113-121; Bethea, David. "History as Hippodrome : The Apocalyptic Horse and Rider in The Master and Margarita", p. 122-142; Haber, Edythe C. "The Mythic Structure of Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita", p. 164-171; Lakshin, V. M. "Bulgakov's Novel The Master and Margarita", p. 3-65; LeBlanc, Ronald D. "Griboedov House and the Symbolism of Eating in The Master and Margarita", p. 172-192; Proffer, Ellendea. "Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita : Genre and Motif", p. 98-112; Weeks, Laura D. "Houses, Homes, and the Rhetoric of Inner Space in Mikhail Bulgakov", p. 143-163.
REV: Howard Solomon. Slavic & East European Journal 41 (Fall 1997): 482-489.

81. Mathauser, Zdenek. "Demytisovany Gogol'. K filmovym scenarum M. A. Bulgakova". Svet Literatury : Casopis pro Novoveke Zahranicni Literatury [Amsterdam, Netherlands] 5 (1993): 29-34.

82. McGrath, Patrick. "Russian Portraits: Mikhail Bulgakov [Comments on Bulgakov's medical career]." The Paris Review 37, no 137 (Winter 1995): 150-151.

83. Michail Afanas'evic Bulgakov, 1891-1991 : Text und Kontext / herausgegeben von Dagmar Kassek und Peter Rollberg. Berlin; New York: p. Lang, 1992, 172 p. Papers presented at a conference held Feb. 1991, Leipzig, Germany, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Bulgakov's birth. Includes bibliographical references. PG3476.B78 Z7642 1992
REV: Marina Balina. Slavic & East European Journal 38, iss. 2 (Summer 1994): 381-382.

84. Michail Bulgakov : Materialien zu Leben und Werk Kolloquium "Michail Bulgakov, der Autor, das Werk, die Zeit" / herausgegeben von Dagmar Kassek und (Wissenschaftliche Beiträge der Karl-Marx-Universität Leipzig Reihe Literaturwissenschaft). Includes proceedings of the Kolloquium "Michail Bulgakov, der Autor, das Werk, die Zeit," M. Bulgakov's letters, and an interview with M.O. Chudakova. Includes bibliographical references. PG3476.B78 Z7643 1990

85. Michail Bulgakow : Texte, Daten, Bilder / herausgegeben von Thomas Reschke. Frankfurt am Main: Luchterhand Literaturverlag, 1991, 185 p. : ill. (Sammlung Luchterhand ; 972). Includes texts and letters by Bulgakov and articles by other authors. Bibliography: pp. 183-[184].

86. Mikulasek, Miroslav. "Gnosticky mytus v evoluci romanu prvni tretiny 20 stoleti : A. Belyj, H. Hesse, V. Nabokov, M. Bulgakov." Slavia: Casopis pro Slovanskou Filologii [Munich] 62, no. 3 (1993): 365-370.

87. Mikulasek, Miroslav. "Myslenkove a tvaroslovne enigma romanu M. Bulgakova 'Mistr i Marketka'." Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University : Rada jazykovedna 42, no. 40, (1993): 69-81.

88. Mikulasek, Miroslav. "Roman M. Bulgakova "Mistr a Marketka" a gnose." Sbornik Praci Filosoficke Fakulty Brnenske University 1989-1990 vol. 36-37 (1990): 74-78.

89. Milne, Lesley. Mikhail Bulgakov : A Critical Biography. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990, 324 p. PG3476.B78 Z765 1990
REV: V.D. Barooshian. Choice 29 (March 1992): 1084; Richard Borden. Russian Review 53 (July 1994): 440-441; Julie Curtis. Journal of European Studies 23, iss. 91 (September 1993): 354-355; Peter Doyle. Modern Language Review 87 (July 1992): 815-816; Simon Franklin. Times Literary Supplement (May 3, 1991): 21; Jane Grayson. Slavonic and East European Review 69 (October 1991): 704-705; Edythe C. Haber. Slavic and East European Journal 38 (Spring 1994): 181-183; Peter Rollberg. Slavic Review 53 (Fall 1994): 862-865; William Scammell. Spectator 266, no. 8490 (March 30, 1991): 33-34; Elena Siemens. Canadian Slavonic Papers 34, iss. 3 (September 1992): 323-324.

90. Milne, Lesley. "Mikhail Bulgakov : Private Thoughts of the Master." Index on Censorship 20, no. 8 (Aug-Sept, 1991): 6-11.

91. Milne, Lesley. "Mikhail Bulgakov : The Status of the Dramatist and the Status of the Text." In: Russian Theatre in the Age of Modernism (Robert Russell and Andrew Barratt, eds.; Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1990): 236-259.

92. Moravkova, Alena. "Avantgardni ruska a ukrajinska groteskni dramatika : K vyvoji evropske dramaticke grotesky 20 stoleti." Slavia: Casopis pro Slovanskou Filologii [Praha] 62, no. 3 (1993): 357-263.

93. Moravkova, Alena. "Diaboliada - kafkiada." Slavia : Casopis pro Slovanskou Filologii [Praha] 63, no. 1 (1994): 69-72.

94. Moravkova, Alena. "Groteskni prvky v dile Michaila Bulgakova." Slavia: Casopis pro Slovanskou Filologii [Praha] 60, no. 4 (1991): 374-379.

95. Moravkova, Alena. Krizova cesta Michaila Bulgakova. Praha: Paseka, 1996, 181 p. (Historicka pamet; sv. 5). Includes bibliographical references.

96. Natova, Nadezhda. "Bibliografiia proizvedenii Mikhaila Bulgakova : Knigi i stat'i o nem i ego tvorchestve." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A, no. 24 (1991): 279-327.

97. Natova, Nadezhda. "Kommentarii k stat'e-etiudu Mikhaila Bulgakova 'Griadushchie perspektivy'." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A, no. 24 (1991): 271-278.

98. Natova, Nadezhda. "Ot teksta k stsene : Povest' "Sobach'e serdtse" Mikhaila Bulgakova i ee teatral'naia interpretatsiia." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A., no. 24 (1991): 43-131.

99. New views on Zoshchenko, Zamiatin, Bulgakov, and Pasternak. New York.: M.E. Sharpe, 1996. 102 p. (Russian studies in literature, v. 32, no. 1). Includes bibliographical references p. 144-149.

100. The Newsletter of the Mikhail Bulgakov Society. Lawrence: The Society, 1995. PG3476.B76 Z4586

101. Oja, Matt F. "Bulgakov's Ironic Parallel between Margarita and Afranius." Slavic Review 50, no. 1 (Spring 1991): 144-149.

102. Olonova, El'vira. "Faustovskaia tema i roman Mikhaila Bulgakova "Master i Margarita" : K stoletiiu so dnia rozhdeniia pisatelia." Slavica Slovaca 26, no. 2 (1991): 161-168.

103. Olsen, B. "Mikhail Bulgakov - kollega og kultforfatter." Tidsskrift for den Norske laegeforening : tidsskrift for praktisk medicin, ny raekke 115, no. 30 (1995): 37-84.

104. Pagnini, Stefania Pavan. "Morfologiia romana Bulgakova "Master i Margarita" kak volshebnoi skazki." Russian, Croatian and Serbian, Czech and Slovak, Polish Literature [Netherlands] 31, no. 3 (April 1, 1992): 353-374.

105. Perlinska, Agnieszka. "Whose Side Are You On, Master Bulgakov?" Slavic and East European Performance 12, no. 1 (Spring 1992): 13-17.

106. Pervukhina, Natalia. "Notes of a Young Country Doctor : A Haven in the Limelight." Slavic and East European Journal 40, no. 4 (Winter 1996): 685-699.

107. Peters, Jochen-Ulrich. "Satire under Stalinism : Zoshchenko's Golubaya kniga and Bulgakov's Master i Margarita." In: The Culture of the Stalin Period (Hans Günther, ed.; Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1990): 210-226.

108. Petrochenkov, Valery. "Christian Patterns in Contemporary Soviet Prose." In: Christianity and Russian Culture in Soviet Society (Nicolai N. Petro, ed.; Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1990): 119-142.

109. Petrovskii, M. S. "Mikhail Bulgakov : Kievskie teatral'nye vpechatleniia." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A., no. 24 (1991): 229-261.

110. Piretto, Gian Piero. Dapietroburgo a Mosca : le due capitali in Dostoevskij, Belyj, Bulgakov. Milano: Guerini studio, 1990, 131 p. (Collana blu; 10).

111. Pittman, Riitta H. The Writer's Divided Self in Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991, 211 p. Includes bibliographical references p. 194-206 and index. PG3476.B78 M3367 1991
REV: Harold D. Baker. Slavic & East European Journal 36, iss. 4 (Winter 1992): 508-510; Malcolm V. Jones. Slavonic & East European Review 70, iss. 4 (October 1992): 744-745; Kevin Moss. Russian Review 52, iss. 3 (Jul 1993): 420-421; E. Reissner. OSTEUROPA 43, iss. 4 (1993): 401-401; E. Yarwood. Choice 29, iss. 8 (April 1992): 1234.

112. Pittman, Riitta H. The Writer's Divided Self in Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford, 1991, 211 p. (St. Antony's/ Macmillan series). Includes bibliographical references p. 194-206 PG3476.B78M3367 1991b

113. Pokrovskii, Boris. "O chem besedoval Voland s Berliozom : Filosofskie problemy romana Bulgakova Master i Margarita." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A., no. 24 (1991): 143-162.

114. Proffer, Carl R. The Widows of Russia and Other Writings. 1st paperback ed. Ann Arbor, MI: Ardis, 1992, 159 p.
CONTENTS: "Elena Sergeevna Bulgakova", "Lyubov Evgenievna Belozerskaya."

115. Radzobe, Silvija. "Cik fantastisks ir Mihaila Bulgakova fantastiskais realisms." Literatura un Maksla 38 (October 4, 1991): 6-7

116. Rogers, Michael. "Classic Returns - The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov." Library Journal 120, no 14 (September 1, 1995): 213.

117. Schoeller, Wilfried F. Michail Bulgakow : Bilder und Dokumente. Berlin: Volk & Welt, 1996, 192 p. : ill.

118. Segel, Harold B. "German Expressionism and Early Soviet Drama." In: Russian Theatre in the Age of Modernism (Robert Russell and Andrew Barratt, eds.; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990): 196-218.

119. Shentalinskii, Vitalii. Arrested Voices : Resurrecting the Disappeared writers of the Soviet Regime / translated by John Crowfoot. New York: Martin Kessler Books, Free Press, 1996. x, 322 p. Includes bibliographical references and index.
REV: Rena Fowler. Library Journal 121, no. 14 (September 1, 1996): 178.

120. Shneerson, Mariia. "Sila mastera i bessilie vlastelina : Bulgakov i Stalin." Grani: Zhurnal Literatury, Iskusstva, Nauki i Obshchestvenno-Politicheskoi Mysli [Frankfurt am Main] 167 (1993):99-145

121. Short story criticism : excerpts from criticism of the works of short fiction writers. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Inc., 1995 xiii, 573 p. : photographs. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
CONTENTS: Charles Baudelaire, Mikhail Bulgakov, Daphne du Maurier.

122. Smelianskii, A. M. Is Comrade Bulgakov dead? : Mikhail Bulgakov at the Moscow Art Theatre / translated by A.L. Tait. New York: Routledge, 1993. viii, 374 p. : ill., ports. Includes bibliography p. 349-351 and index. PG3476.B78 Z89713 1993
REV: American Theatre 11 (July 1994): 68-69, Edvard Braun. New Theatre Quarterly 11, iss. 41 (February 1995); S. Golub. Choice 32 (September 1994): 125; Vera Gottlieb. Theatre Research International 20 (Summer 1995): 167-168; Howard E. Miller. Library Journal , 118, iss. 21 (December 1993): 129; Nicholas Rzhevsky. Slavic Review 54 (Summer 1995): 442-443.

123. Smelianskii, A. M. Is Comrade Bulgakov dead? : Mikhail Bulgakov at the Moscow Art Theatre. London: Methuen, 1993, 374p.

124. Stapanian-Apkarian, Juliette R. "Ironic 'Vision' as an Aesthetics of Displaced Truth in M.Bulgakov's 'Master and Margarita'." In: Russian Narrative & Visual Art: Varieties of Seeing. (Roger Anderson and Paul Debreczeny, eds.; Gainesville: UP of Florida, 1994): 173-200. PG3015.5A73R87 1994

125. Strada, Vittorio "Velikolepnoe prezren'e" : Proza Mikhaila Bulgakova." In: Literature, Culture, and Society in the Modern Age: In Honor of Joseph Frank. (Edward J. Brown, L. Fleishman, G. Freidin, R.D. Schupbach. Stanford Slavic Studies, v. 4, Part II. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 1992): 241-279.

126. Terry, Garth M. Mikhail Bulgakov in English : a bibliography, 1891-1991. Nottingham, England: Astra Press, 1991, 30 p. (Astra Soviet and East European bibliographies, no. 12). Z8130.45.T47 1991 PG3476.B78

127. Testa, Carlo. "Bulgakov's Master i Margarita : Post-Romantic Devil Pacts." Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 24, no 3 (September 1990): 257-278.

128. Thompson, Lo-Ann and David Thompson. "Canine classics : 'The Heart of a Dog'." Dog World 78, iss. 5 (May 1993): 96-98.

129. Vaserstein, Tamara. "K voprosu o prototipe glavnogo geroia 'Doktora Zhivago'." Russian Language Journal 47 (December 1993): 95-105.

130. Williams, Gareth. "Some Difficulties in the Interpretation of Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita and Advantages of a Manichaean Approach, with Some Notes on Tolstoi's Influence on the Novel." Slavonic and East European Review 68, no. 2 (April 1990): 234-256.

131. Wolffheim, Elsbeth. Michail Bulgakow. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1996, 153 p. : ill; 19 cm. (Rowohlts Monographien; 526). Includes bibliographical references p. 148-[152] and index.

132. Wright, A. Colin. "Animals and Animal Imagery in M. A. Bulgakov." Zeitschrift fur Slawistik 36, no. 2 (1991): 220-228.

133. Wright, A. Colin. "Christ Interrogated : Bulgakov and Others." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A, no. 24 (1991): 163-176.

134. Yurieff, Michael. "Mikhail Bulgakov on the American Stage." In: Zapiski russkoi akademicheskoi gruppy v SShA = Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the U.S.A., no. 24 (1991): 133-141.

135. Ziolkowski, Margaret. "Pilate and Pilatism in Recent Russian Literature." In: New Directions in Soviet Literature: Selected Papers from the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies (Sheelagh Duffin Graham; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992): 164-181.

136. Zvezdanov, Nikolai. V sveta na "Maistora i Margarita". Sofiia: Universitetsko izd-vo "Sv. Kliment Okhridski", 1993, 209 p. Includes bibliographical references p. 205-209. PG3476.B78 M339 1993

Works by Bulgakov

The Capital in a Notebook

137. Ecrits sur des manchettes = The Capital in a notebook. Arles: Solin, 1992, 101 p.

138. Notatki na mankietach : wczesna proza = The Capital in a notebook. Krakow: Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1994, 462 p.(ABC)

A Country Doctor's Notebook

139. A Country Doctor's Notebook / translated by Michael Glenny. London: Collins-Harvill, c1975,1990, 1995, 160p.

Diaboliad

140. Diaboliad / translated by Carl Proffer with an introduction by Julie Curtis. London: Harvill,1991. xxii, 174 p. (Harvill paperbacks; 87).

141. Diaboliad, and Other Stories / edited by Ellendea Proffer and Carl R. Proffer, translated by Carl R. Proffer. 2d ed.: Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1990, 1993. xxviii, 236 p. (Ardis Russian literature series).

The Fatal Eggs

142. The Fatal Eggs & Other Soviet Satire, 1918-1963 / edited and translated by Mirra Ginsburg. London: Quartet, 1993, 305 p. (Quartet encounters).

143. Uova fatali = The fatal eggs / translated by Mariia Olsufieva. Milano: T. Bombiani, 1990, 126 p. (I Libri di Millelibri Tascabili Bompiani. Narrativa).

Heart of a Dog

144. Coeur de chien = Heart of a Dog. Paris: Ivrea, 1992, 143 p.

145. Psie serce = Heart of a Dog. Gdansk: Wydawn. Atext, 1991, 104 p.

146. Sobache Serdtse = Heart of a Dog / edited with introduction and commentary by Avril Pyman. London: Bristol Classical, 1994. xxvii, 104 p. (Russian studies). Russian text with English critical apparatus. Bibliography: p. xxvi-xxvii.
REV: Zina Gimpelevich. Canadian Slavonic Papers 36, no. 1-2 (March 1994): 228.

The Master and Margarita

147. The Master and Margarita / translated by Michael Glenny; with introduction by Simon Franklin. New York: Knopf, 1992. xxvii, 446 p. (Everyman's Library). PG3476.B78 M313 1992

148. The Master and Margarita / translated by Michael Glenny. London: Everyman's Library, 1992. xxvii, 446 p. (Everyman's Library; 66) Originally published: London: Harvill, 1967.

149. The Master and Margarita. New York: Meridian, 1993, 1967, 384 p. (A Meridian Book).

150. The Master and Margarita / translated by Diana Burgin and Katherine O'Connor, annotations and afterword by Ellendea Proffer. Ann Arbor: Ardis, c1993, 1995, 367 p. PG3476.B78 M313 1993
REV: A. Navrozov. The New York Times Book Review (October 22, 1995): 32; Publishers Weekly 242, no. 26 (June 26, 1995): 86; Sybil S. Steinberg. Publishers Weekly 242, no. 26 (June 26, 1995): 86-87.

151. The Master and Margarita / translated by Mirra Ginsburg. New York: Grove Press, 1995. xii, 402 p.

152. The Master and Margarita / translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky. London: Penguin, 1997. xix, 411 p. (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics).

153. The Master and Margarita. London: Picador, 1997, 366 p.

154. Diable! : d'apres Mikhail Boulgakov : Le maitre et Marguerite. Lausanne: L'Age d'homme, 1993, 144 p. ( Mobiles; 31) Dramatic version of The Master and Margarita by Alain van Crugten.

155. A Master és Margarita = The Master and Margarita. Budapest: Europa, 1991, 542 p.

156. El maestro y Margarita = The Master and Margarita. Madrid: Debate, 1990. xii, 378 p. (Ultimos clasicos; 1).

157. Il Maestro e Margherita : Cristo Pilato Giuda Satana mosca anni trenta = The Master and Margarita. Milano: Garzanti Editore, 1994. xxiii, 427 p. : port. (i grandi libri).

158. Le maitre et Marguerite = The Master and Margarita / translated by Claude Ligny. Paris: Pocket, 1994, 581 p. (Pocket) Bibliography: p. 579-580.

159. Mikhail Bulgakov's Master & Margarita, or, The devil comes to Moscow/ adapted for a theater by Jean-Claude Van Itallie; from a translation of the novel by Sergei Kobiakoff. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1995, 69 p. : ill. PG3572.A45 M54 1995

160. Mistr a Marketka = The Master and Margarita. Praha: Odeon, 1990, 322 p. (Galerie klasiku).

161. Mistrz i Malgorzata = The Master and Margarita / translated by Irena Lewandowska and Witold Dabrowski, adopted by Andrzej Drawicz . Wroclaw: Zaklad Narodowy im. Ossolinskich, 1990. xxxviii, 522 p. : ill., ports. (Biblioteka narodowa. Seria II). Bibliography: p. [lxxxiv]-lxxxviii.

162. Mistrz i Malgorzata = The Master and Margarita / translated by Irena Lewandowska and Witold Dabrowski. Warszawa: Czytelnik, 1993, 1995, 1997, 476 p.

163. Mistrz i Malgorzata = The Master and Margarita. Czarny Mag / translated by Irena Lewandowska, Witold Dabrowski and Krzyztof Tur. Warszawa: MUZA SA, 1994, 607 p. (Dziela wybrane; t. 3. Biblioteka Bestsellerow)

164. Mistrz i Malgorzata = The Master and Margarita / adopted by Andrzej Drawicz . Wroclaw: Wydawnictwo Dolnoslaskie, 1995, 598 p. (Biblioteka klasyki).

Morphine

165. Morphine / translated by Marianne Gourg. Paris: Solin, 1990, 80 p.

A Theatrical Novel

166. Black snow / adapted from the "Theatrical Novel" by Keith Dewhurst. Bath, England: Absolute Classics, 1991, 72p.

167. Black snow / adapted by Keith Reddin. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1993, 65 p. : ill.

168. Black snow : Theatrical Novel / translated by Michael Glenny. London: Collins-Harvill, 1986, 1991, 1996, 171p. Originally published: London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1967.

169. Le roman teatral = Theatrical Novel. Paris: Actes sud, 1996, 252 p. (Domain etranger. 10-18; 1569)

170. Teatr = Theatrical Novel / adapted by Sophie Renauld. Paris: Actes sud, 1991, 61 p. (Actes sud-Papiers). PG3476.B78

171. Teatral'nyi Roman = Theatrical Novel / edit and commentary by Ellendea Proffer. Dana Point: Ardis Publishers, 1993, 250 p. : ill. (Sobranie Sochinenii; 7)

White Guard

172. La Garde blanche = White Guard / translated by Claude Ligny and Laure Troubetzkoy. Paris: Pocket, 1995, 317 p.

173. Biala gwardia = White Guard. Warszawa: Panstwowy Instytut Wydawniczy, 1992, 237 p.

Zoyka's Apartment

174. Zoya's apartment : a tragic farce in three acts / translated by Nicholas Saunders and Frank Dwyer. New York: Samuel French; 1991, 1996. 109 p. PG3476.B78 Z3513 1991

175. Zoyka's apartment : a tragic farce in three acts / translated and adapted by Nicholas Saunders and Frank Dwyer. Lyme, NH: Smith & Kraus, 1995, 1996, 128 p. (Great translations for actors series). PG3476.B78 Z3513 1996

176. Zoja's appartement : tragische farce in drie bedrijven = Zoyka's apartment / translated by Manon Van de Water. Leiden: Plantage/G&S, 1993, 69 p. (Russisch theater; no. 6)

Other Works

177. Adam et Eve : theater = Adam and Eva / translated by Bernard Noel. Creil: Dumerchez, 1993, 131 p. (Collection Skene, 1158-6095)

178. Czarny mag : rozdzialy z powiesci; Opowiadania. Bialystok: Wydawnictwo Luk, 1992, 181 p.

179. The Early Plays of Mikhail Bulgakov / translated by Carl R. Proffer and Ellendea Proffer. Dana Point: Ardis Publishers, 1990, 1995, 418 p.

180. Ecrits autobiographiques. Arles: Actes Sud, 1997, 338 p. (Babel; 293).
CONTENTS: A country doctor's notebook, Morphine, The Capital in a notebook.

181. Notes on the Cuff & Other Stories / translated by Alison Rice. Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1991. xix, 223 p. : ill. PG3476.B78 A27 1991
REV: N. Tittler. Choice 30 (October 1992): 305; Rush Ross. Library journal no. 5 (March 15, 1992): 128; Sybil Steinberg. Publishers weekly 239, no. 30 (July 6, 1992): 38 ; Zinovy Zinik. Times Literary Supplement, iss. 4680 (December 11, 1992): 21.

182. P'esy = Plays / edited by Ellendea Proffer. Dana Point: Ardis Publishers, 1993 (Sobranie Sochineii; 5).

183. Trzy zycia : opowiadania, urywki, felietony. Bialystok: Wydawnictwo Luk, 1995, 225 p. (Biblioteka Rosyjska).

184. Six plays / translated by William Powell, Michael Glenny and Michael Earley, introduced by Lesley Milne. London: Methuen Drama, c1991, 1994. [xxiv], 416 p. (Methuen world classics). Includes bibliographical references p. [xxiv].
CONTENTS: The White Guard, Madame Zoyka, Flight, Moliere, Adam and Eve, The Last Days.

185. Great Soviet short stories. New Laurel edition. New York: Dell, 1990, 1962, xiii, 448 p.
CONTENTS: Adventures of Chichikov.

186. Peace plays : two / selected and introduced by D. Lowe. London: Methuen Drama, 1990, 160 p. (Methuen new theatre scripts).
CONTENTS: Adam and Eve.

187. Racconti fantastici. Milano: Biblioteca Universale Rizzoli, 1991, 327 p. (I classici della BUR).
CONTENTS: Diaboliad, The Fatal Eggs, The Adventures of Chichikov .

188. Recits d'un jeune medecin, suivis de, Morphine et Les aventures singulieres d'un docteur / translated by Paul Leguesne. Lausanne: L'Age d'homme, 1994, 156 p. (Classigues slaves).
CONTENTS: A country doctor's notebook, Morphine.

189. Romans / translated by Marianne Gourg. [Paris]: Robert Laffont, 1993. cxii, 1064 p. (Bouquins). Bibliography: p. 1059-1060.
CONTENTS: The White Guard, Moliere, The Theatrical Novel, The Master and Margarita.

190. The Terrible news : Russian stories from the years following the Revolution. London: Black Spring Press, 1990, 1991: 165 p. : ports.
CONTENTS: The Red crown .

191. Une seance de spiritisme / translated by Andre Cabaret. Strasbourg: Circe, 1991, 134 p.

Name Index

Abraham, Pavel 23
Anderson, Roger 124
Angell, M. Max 1
Baker, Harold 111
Balina, Marina 83
Barooshian, V.D. 89
Barratt, Andrew 80, 91, 118
Basset, Antoinette M. 2
Baum, Rob K. 24
Beaujour, Elizabeth Klosty 25
Bethea, David M. 26, 65, 76, 80
Binova, Galina 27
Borden, Richard 89
Bottiger, L.E. 28
Braun, Edvard 122
Brezuleanu, Ana Maria 29
Briker, Boris 30
Bristol, Evelyn 31
Brintlinger, Angela Kay 3
Brown, Edvard J. 125
Burgin, Diana 150
Cabaret, Andre 191
Carlsle, Olga 76
Checkin, Leslie Louise 4
Chudakova, Marietta 35, 84
Coleman, C. B. 36
Cox, Stephen 37
Crossan, J. 60
Crowfoot, John 119
Crugten, Alan 154
Curtis, Julie A. 47, 76, 77, 78, 79, 89, 140
Dbrowski, Witold 161, 162, 163
Davies, J. M. Q. 38
Debrecseny, Paul 124
Dewhurst, Keith 166
Di Sora, Daniela 39
Doyle, Peter 89
Drawicz, Andrzej 40, 161, 164
Dwyer, Frank 174, 175
Earley, Michael 184
Elbaum, Edward E. 41
Ericson, Edward E. 42
Faiman, Grigorii 43
Fast, Piotr 44
Feldstein, Ronald 51
Filips-Juswigg, Katherina 45
Fleishman, L. 125
Fowler, Margarita 5, 119
Franklin, Simon 76, 89, 147
Freidin, G. 125
Gasparov, Boris 46
Gerould, Daniel 47
Gillespie, David C. 48
Gimpelevich-Schwartzman, Zina 49, 146
Ginsburg, Mirra 142, 151
Glenny, Michael 147, 148, 168, 184
Gobler, Frank 50
Golub, S. 122
Goscilo, Helena 51
Gottlieb, Vera 122
Gourg, Marianne 52, 64, 165, 189
Graham, Sheelagh 135
Grayson, Jane 42, 76, 89
Gribble, Charles E. 51, 55
Grinbalte, Sarmitee 46
Grinbalts, Maris 46
Günter, Hans 107
Gutkin, Irina 53
Haber, Edythe C. 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 80, 89
Hausmann, Christiane 59
Hetenyi, Z. 60
Hoisington, Sona S. 25
Hunns, Derek J. 61
Itallie, Jean-Claude van 159
Javornik, Miha 62, 63
Jones, Malcolm V. 111
Kalb, Judith Ellen 6
Kassek, Dagmar 83, 84
Kobiakoff, Sergei 159
Krugovoi, George 65, 66
Lakshin, V. 80
Landy, Deborah A. 7
Larsen, Susan Kirsten 8, 67
LeBlanc, Ronald D. 68, 80
Lefsky, Bethan 9
Leguesne, Paul 64, 188
Leong, Albert 75
Lewandowska, Irena 161, 162, 163
Ligny, Claude 158, 172
Liubin, Misha 69
Lokshina, Tanya 10
Longinovic, Tomislav Z. 11, 70
Lowe, David 71, 186
Lur'e, IA. S. 72
Luria, J. 73
Mahood, Scott L. 12
Mai, Birgit 74
Mann, Robert 75
Mathauser, Zdenek 81
McGrath, Patrick 82
Mikulasek, Miroslav 86, 87, 88
Miller, Howard E. 122
Milne, Lesley 74, 89, 90, 91, 184
Moravkova, Alena 92, 93, 94, 95
Moser, Charles A. 31
Moss, Kevin 111
Natova, Nadezhda 96, 97, 98
Navrozov, N 150
Negarville, Lucetta 39
Noel, Bernard 177
O'Connor, Katherine 150
Oja, Matt F. 101
Olonova, El'vira 102
Olsen, B. 103
Olsufieva, Mariia 143
Pagnini, Stefania Pavan 104
Pekar, Harvey 76
Perlinska, Agnieszka 105
Pervukhina, Natalia 106
Peters, Jochen-Ulrich 107
Petro, Nicolai N. 108
Petrochenkov, Valery 108
Petrovskii, M. S. 106
Pevear, Richard 152
Piretto, Gian Piero 110
Pittman, Riitta H. 111, 112
Pokrovskii, Boris 113
Pope, Richard 51
Popovich-Semeniuk, Maria 13
Powell, William 184
Pozin, Mikhail 49
Prager, Valerie 14
Predneva, Ludmila 76
Proffer, Carl R. 114, 140, 141, 179
Proffer, Ellendea 80, 141, 150, 171, 179, 182
Pyman, Avril 146
Radzobe, Silvija 115
Reddin, Keith 167
Redmond, James 24
Reissner, E. 111
Renauld, Sophie 170
Reschke, Thomas 85
Rice, Alison 181
Richmond, Steven David 15
Rogers, Michael 116
Rollberg, Peter 83, 84, 89
Ross, Ruth M. 76, 181
Rozhdestvensky, Ilya 16
Russell, Robert 76, 91, 118
Rzhevsky, Nicolas 122
Sabo, Roman Andrzej 17
Saunders, Nicholas 174, 175
Scammell, William 89
Schoeller, Wilfried F. 117
Schooneveld, Cornelis van 51
Schupbach, R.D. 125
Segel, Harold B. 118
Shentalinskii, Vitalii 119
Shneerson, Mariia 120
Siemens, Elena 89
Singleton, Amy Catherine 18
Smelianskii, A. M. 122, 123
Smith, Natalie Marie 19
Solomon, Howard Todd 20, 80
Stapanian-Apkarian, Juliette R. 124
Steinberg, Sybil S. 150, 181
Strada, Vittorio 125
Stuttaford, Genevieve 76
Tait, A.L 122
Terry, Garth M. 126
Testa, Carlo 127
Thomas, Kathleen 21
Thompson, David 128
Thompson, Lo-Ann 128
Tittler, N. 76, 181
Townsend, Charles. E. 51
Ttoubetzkoy, Laure 172
Tur, Krzyztof 163
Vaserstein, Tamara 129
Volokhonsky, Larissa 152
Water, Manon Van de 176
Weeks, Laura D. 76, 80
Williams, Gareth 130
Woleffheim, Elsbeth 131
Wright, A. Colin 132, 133
Yarwood, E. 111
Yurieff, Michael 134
Zimmermann, Gisela 22
Zinik, Zinovy 181
Ziolkowski, Margaret 135
Zvezdanov, Nikolai 136

Geographical Index

Amsterdam 81
Ann Arbor 114, 141, 150, 181
Arles 64, 137, 180
Austin 19
Basingstoke 91, 107
Bath 166
Berlin 83, 117
Bern 74
Bia»ystok 178, 183
Boulder 108
Brno 23, 27, 87, 88
Budapest 155
Cambridge 24, 47
Chapel Hill 1
Chicago 15
Columbus 51, 55
Creil 177
Dana Point 171, 179, 182
Detroit 121
Evanston 25, 80
Fayetteville 70
Frankfurt am Main 59, 85, 120
Gainesville 124
Gdansk 145
Hamburg 131
Heidelberg 50
Holyoke, MA 69
Iowa 11
Ithaca 4
Krakow 40, 138
Katowice 44
Lanham 65
Lausanne 154, 188
Lawrence 20, 22, 100
Leiden 176
Leipzig 83, 84
Lewiston 42, 61
Ljubljana 62
London 76, 77, 123, 139, 140, 142, 146, 148, 152, 153, 168, 184, 186, 190
Luxemburg 32
Lyme, NH 175
Madison 3, 9, 18
Madrid 34, 156
Manitoba 5
Milan 110, 143, 157, 187
Munich 86
New Haven 8, 36, 67
New York 31, 49, 61, 74, 75, 83, 89, 99, 111, 118, 119, 122, 147, 149, 151, 159, 167, 174, 185
Nottingham 126
Ottawa 13
Oxford 48, 73, 112
Paris 52, 79, 144, 158, 165, 169, 170, 172, 189
Praha 92, 93, 94, 95, 160
Rome 39
Sacramento 12
Sofiia 136
Stanford 6, 125
Strasbourg 176, 191
Tallin 33
Toronto 17
Waltham 7, 10, 16
Warszawa 162, 163, 173
Washington 48
Woodstock 78
Wroclaw 161, 164

Chronological Index

1962 185
1967 148, 149, 168
1975 139
1986 168
1987 47, 53
1990 11, 13, 40, 49, 50, 59, 60, 73, 75, 84, 88, 89, 91, 107, 108, 110, 118, 127, 130, 139, 141, 143, 156, 160, 161, 165, 179, 185, 186, 190
1991 5, 26, 28, 29, 34, 39, 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 54, 57, 65, 66, 67, 72, 76, 79, 83, 85, 89, 90, 94, 96, 97, 98, 101, 102, 109, 111, 112, 113, 115, 126, 132, 133, 134, 140, 145, 155, 166, 168, 170, 174, 181, 184, 187, 190, 191
1992 7, 12, 22, 27, 31, 38, 52, 53, 58, 63, 64, 65, 76, 77, 78, 83, 89, 104, 105, 111, 114, 125, 135, 137, 144, 147, 148, 173, 178, 181
1993 1, 8, 9, 14, 23, 24, 36, 42, 56, 65, 68, 70, 74, 76, 81, 86, 87, 89, 92, 111, 120, 122, 123, 128, 129, 136, 141, 142, 149, 150, 154, 162, 167, 171, 176, 177, 182, 189
1994 3, 16, 17, 18, 30, 33, 51, 55, 62, 76, 83, 89, 93, 122, 124, 138, 146, 157, 158, 163,184, 188
1995 4, 10, 25, 32, 41, 69, 74, 82, 100, 103, 116, 121, 122, 139, 150, 151, 159, 162, 164, 172, 175, 179, 183
1996 2, 6, 15, 19, 21, 35, 37, 48, 49, 61, 71, 80, 95, 99, 106, 117, 119, 131, 168, 169, 174, 175
1997 20, 80, 152, 153, 162, 180
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