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Donald Fanger, "Rehabilitation Experimentalist," in The Nation, January 22, 1968, pp. 117-18.

Edythe C. Haber, "The Mythic Structure of Bulgakov's 'The Master'," in The Russia Review, October, 1975, pp. 382-409.

Pierre S. Hart, "The Master and Margarita as Creative Process," in Modern Fiction Studies, Summer, 1973, pp. 169-78.

Vladimir Lakshin, "Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita," in Twentieth-Century Russian Literary Criticism, Yale University Press, 1975, pp. 247-83.

D. G. B. Piper, "An Approach to Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita," in Forum for Modern Language Studies, Volume VII, No. 2 April, 1971, pp. 134-37.

Gleb Strave, Soviet Russian Literature, The University of Oklahoma Press, 1935.

Gleb Strave, "The Re-Emergence of Mikhail Bulgakov," in The Russia Review, July, 1968, pp. 338-43.

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