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A censored version, with about 12 percent of the text removed and more changed, was first published in Moskva magazine (no. In the Soviet Union, the first complete version, prepared by Anna Sahakyants, was published by Khudozhestvennaya Literatura in 1973, this was based on Bulgakov's last 1940 version, as proofread by the publisher.This version remained the canonical edition until 1989, the last version, based on all available manuscripts, was prepared by Lidiya Yanovskaya.He completed his second draft in 1936, by which point he had devised the major plot lines of the final version, he wrote another four versions.

The novel alternates between two settings, the first is Moscow during the 1930s, where Satan appears at the Patriarch Ponds in the guise of "Professor Woland", a mysterious gentleman and "magician" of uncertain origin.

He arrives with a retinue that includes the grotesquely dressed valet Koroviev; the mischievous, gun-happy, fast-talking black cat Behemoth; the fanged hitman Azazello; and the witch Hella.

The second setting is the Jerusalem of Pontius Pilate, described by Woland in his conversations with Berlioz and later reflected in the Master's novel, this part of the novel concerns Pontius Pilate's trial of Yeshua Ha-Notsri, his recognition of an affinity with, and spiritual need for, Yeshua, and his reluctant but resigned submission to Yeshua's execution.

Part one of the novel opens with a direct confrontation between Berlioz, the atheistic head of the literary bureaucracy, and an urbane foreign gentleman (Woland), who defends belief and reveals his prophetic powers.

Azazello reawakens them, and they leave civilization with the Devil, while all of Moscow's cupolas and windows burn in the setting Easter sun, because the Master and Margarita didn't lose their faith in humanity, they are granted "peace" but are denied "light" — that is, they will spend eternity together in a shadowy yet pleasant region similar to Dante's depiction of Limbo.

They have not earned the glories of Heaven, but don't deserve the punishments of Hell, as a parallel, the Master releases Pontius Pilate from eternal punishment, telling him he's free to walk up the moonbeam path in his dreams to Yeshua, where another eternity awaits.There, he's introduced to the Master, an embittered author, the rejection of his historical novel about Pontius Pilate and Christ has led the Master to such despair, that he burned his manuscript and turned his back on the world, including his devoted lover, Margarita.Major episodes in the novel's first half include a satirical portrait of both the Massolit and their Griboyedov house; Satan's magic show at a variety theatre, satirizing the vanity, greed, and gullibility of the new elite; and Woland and his retinue taking over the late Berlioz's apartment for their own use.The woman had been raped and killed her resulting infant, her punishment was to wake each morning and find the same handkerchief by which she had killed the child lying on her nightstand.Satan grants her first wish and offers her another, saying that Margarita's first wish was unrelated to her own desires, for her second wish, she chooses to liberate the Master and live in poverty-stricken love with him.Many critics consider it to be one of the best novels of the 20th century, as well as the foremost of Soviet satires. He started writing the novel in 1928, but burned the first manuscript in 1930, as he could not see a future as a writer in the Soviet Union at a time of widespread political repression, he restarted the novel in 1931.

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