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J. A. E. Curtis, Manuscripts Don't Burn: Mikhail Bulgakov, a Life in Letters and Diaries, Overlook Press, 1992. A noted Bulgakov scholar presents the history of Bulgakov's life in the author's own words, filling in gaps where appropriate but for the most part presenting long-lost personal papers.

Arnold McMillian, "The Devil of a Similarity: The Satanic Verses and Master i Margarita, "in Bulgakov: The Novelist-Playwright, edited by Leslie Milne, Harwood Academic Publishers, 1995, pp. 232-41.

Compares The Satanic Verses to Master and Ma garita,  Joel C. Relihan, Ancient Mennipean Satire, Johns Hopkins,

 University Press, 1993. Nadine Natov, Mikhail Bulgakov, Twayne Publishers, 1985. Discusses the history of Mennipean satire.

Examines the life of Mikhail Bulgakov.Kalpana Sahni, A Mind in Ferment: Mikhail Bulgakov's

Ellendea Proffer, Bulgakov, Ardis Press, 1984. Prose, Humanities Press, Inc., 1986.

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