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Bulgakov

/Russian bʊlˈɡakəf/
noun
1.
Mikhail Afanaseyev (ʌfʌˈnasjef). 1891–1940, Soviet novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer; his novels include The Master and Margerita (1966–67)
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  • In fact, bulgakov has sadly disappointed us in the high hopes we had of his new solution.

  • bulgakov, who lived at Yasnaya Polyana in 1910, gives not a few similar instances.

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  • The unconcern with which bulgakov here ignores the real problem is striking.

  • On this basis, bulgakov establishes a complete theory of the relations between production and consumption in a capitalist society.

  • Yet bulgakov overlooks the principal problem: who exactly is to profit by an expansion such as that whose mechanism he examines?

  • bulgakov thus finally arrives at the same goal as Struve, though by a different route.

  • And now we are eager to hear the arguments bulgakov has based on the above thesis.

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