Student's name Professor's name Course Date Parallels between Margarita and Christ Mikhail Bulgakov wrote the novel Master and Margarita between 1928 and 1940 during the regime of Stalin. In the last few years the novel has been published in several versions including in Paris Frankfurt among others. The novel revolves around two backgrounds Jerusalem and Moscow in 1930s where Woland openly appears to gentlemen who are magicians. He appears in Moscow just to have a look at the people of Moscow for the actions government has initiated. Additionally he relates the modern people to the people appears to magicians. Contrary in Jerusalem the people follow Christ teachings such as the celebration of the Great Feast of Passover. Nevertheless the events in two different states tend to coincide for instance giving powers to Margarita on the same day Jesus was crucified. This implies that in the modern society people worship although differently. Works cited. Bulgakov Mikhail. The Master & Margarita Ginsburg Mirra Transl. New York: Grove. 1967. Kristina Belyk. The Master and Margarita: Deconstructing Social Realism. Journal of Literary Critic and Creativity.2012. Paulette Kidder. The Master and Margarita: Satire and Transcendence. Voegelinview. 2013. [...]
11am You will write a composition about one of the following topics. Your composition should have a minimum of three body paragraphs; each paragraph should have a minimum of three quotations with appropriate introduction, analysis and citation. You should also research your topic in secondary sources to establish context for Bulgakov’s commentary on each topic (you must include a sources consulted page). All papers are due cycle seven day one (March 20); late submissions lose ten percent of the overall grade per class overdue.