The Master and Margarita<br />Damage Control<br />
The Setting: Patriarchs Ponds<br />Associated with older church, its wealth, authority<br />Berlioz is confident, urbane<b...
Conversation with Woland<br />Learned, polished, suave<br />Alludes to conversations with Kant<br />Clearly a foreigner bu...
Predicting Belioz’s Death<br />Woland wittily points out that Belioz will die at the hand of a woman, a Komsomol.<br />Iva...
The Seventh Proof<br />Berlioz is an athiest, a nay-sayer<br />Denies existence of the devil as well<br />Plans to call fo...
Pontius Pilate<br />Bulgakov is faithful to historic details but deliberately omits some<br />He portrays Yeshua as a wand...
The Chase<br />Ivan panics, notes the checkered citizen with the cracked prinz-nez<br />As he tries to get away, he notes ...
Behemoth and Ivanillustration by charlie Stone<br />
The Chase (cont.)<br />Ivan moves toward Arbat Square and hopes to find MA in his apartment  #47 in house #13<br />Instead...
Doings at Griboedov’s<br />Members of Masolit waiting for Berlioz, perturbed, cynical<br />Carnival atomsphere, misrule pr...
Doings at Griboedov’s<br />Ivan is carried out and<br />Transported to the psychiatric clinic<br />Ilustration by C. Stone...
Schizophrenia, as was said<br />Ivan H is sent to asyllum<br />News of Berlioz horrifies but appearance of Ivan H confound...
View from Ivan’s window in the Clinic<br />
A Naughty Apartment<br />Illustration by Charlie Stone<br />
The Naughty Apartment<br />Berlioz’s apartment, shared  with Likhodeev, is transformed <br />A naked lady along with the t...
Koroviev’s Stunts<br />He and his kind had much power because of scarce living space in Moscow<br />Bribe-taking and influ...
News from yalta<br />Variety staff awaits word.<br />Attempted communiques from Likhodeev<br />Varenukhaconfront’s man wit...
Ivan Splits in Two<br />Ivan unsuccessfully tries to write an account of events leading to his detainment<br />Found weepi...
Black Magic and its Exposure<br />Tricks with cards and money<br />Conversation with Woland and Fagott<br />Theater manage...
Black Magic<br />Mad frenzy results when women are invited to look through latest fashions is clothes, purses shoes.<br />...
The Hero Enters<br />While in a reposeful rest, Ivan meets a fellow inmate who validates his experiences<br />He is the au...
The Hero Enters  Illustration by I. Shipovskaia<br />
Glory to the Cock<br />Terriftying experience for Findirector, Rimsky<br />Saved from demonic destruction by crowing of th...
NikanorIvanovich’s Dream<br />Most of this chapter was censored upon first publication—hoarding currency<br />Varying tone...
The Execution<br />Physcial stress emphasized: heat, dryness, dust, bugbites<br />Yeshua and other prisoners helped to dea...
Execution  illus charlie Stone<br />
An Unquiet Day<br />Anxiety and rumors fly about after the black magic performance<br />Administrators can find no contrac...
Hapless visitors<br />Arrival of Berlioz’s uncle from Kiev-Poplavsky<br />Strange telegram speaking in present tense<br />...
BOOK II<br />Follow me, Reader. . . <br />
Margarita<br />Margarita Nicolaevna-30-year old wife of prominent specialist<br />Her affair with the master<br />Nurtured...
Margarita’s Flight  (Azazello’s cream)<br />Her maid tries some and follows (Natasha)<br />Her would be suitor Nicolai Iva...
By Candlelight<br />Margarita meets the retinue<br />Agrees to host the satanic ball<br />Chess game with Behemoth<br />Wo...
Grand Ball at Satan’s<br />Margarita wears portrait of poodle and diamond crown<br />Treated with great deference<br />Des...
Events at the Ball:<br />Meeting with Frieda (history similar to Gretchen-haunted by child’s death)<br />Other cameos of f...
Extraction of the Master<br />Playful repartee with Woland and Retinue<br />Margarita requests mercy for Frieda and restor...
How the Procurator Tried to Save Judas of Kiriath and the Burial<br />Story of the pursuit and murder of Judas of Kiriath<...
The End of Apartment 50<br />Various attempts to investigate strange doings<br />Incident with Behemoth<br />Shot at with ...
Last Adventures of koroviev and Behemoth<br />Comic satire about officialdom and other aspects of Soviet life:<br />Stores...
The Fate of Master and Margarita is decided and It’s time, it’s Time<br />Mathew Levi approaches Woland’s domain<br />Requ...
On Sparrow Hills and Forgiveness and Eternal refuge<br />Woland and his retinue prepare to depart to higher realms with M ...
Epilogue<br />Explanations and Normalcy<br />Some things never change—in officaldom<br />Ivan is older and wiser, but he s...
Credits<br />Images www.nervousaxon.com/2008/02/master-and-margar...<br />terese.wordpress.com<br />www.printrama.com<br /...
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  1. 1. The Master and Margarita<br />Damage Control<br />
  2. 2. The Setting: Patriarchs Ponds<br />Associated with older church, its wealth, authority<br />Berlioz is confident, urbane<br />Argues for the non-existence of Christ<br />Cites anthropological studies, philosophy<br />
  3. 3. Conversation with Woland<br />Learned, polished, suave<br />Alludes to conversations with Kant<br />Clearly a foreigner but speaks Russian perfectly<br />Charlie Stone, illus<br />
  4. 4. Predicting Belioz’s Death<br />Woland wittily points out that Belioz will die at the hand of a woman, a Komsomol.<br />Ivan suggests he (W) is mental<br />Woland points out that Ivan will soon be acquainted with an asylum<br />The role of the sunflower oil and Annushka<br />Illus Irianshipovskaya<br />Photo Clinton Portis<br />
  5. 5. The Seventh Proof<br />Berlioz is an athiest, a nay-sayer<br />Denies existence of the devil as well<br />Plans to call for Foreign office regarding the mysterious stranger<br />Notices the stranger in checkers before accident<br />
  6. 6. Pontius Pilate<br />Bulgakov is faithful to historic details but deliberately omits some<br />He portrays Yeshua as a wandering healer, philosopher, seeking dialogue and meals with the public<br />Pilate is self-indulgent, conflicted<br />
  7. 7. The Chase<br />Ivan panics, notes the checkered citizen with the cracked prinz-nez<br />As he tries to get away, he notes the Cat.<br />The threesome leave the park.<br />Comic scene of the cat on the tram<br />Bulgakov’s predilection for fantasy, carnival<br />
  8. 8. Behemoth and Ivanillustration by charlie Stone<br />
  9. 9. The Chase (cont.)<br />Ivan moves toward Arbat Square and hopes to find MA in his apartment #47 in house #13<br />Instead he accidentally confronts a naked woman in her bath<br />He then swims across the Moscow river , half naked, at a site known for baptisms<br />
  10. 10. Doings at Griboedov’s<br />Members of Masolit waiting for Berlioz, perturbed, cynical<br />Carnival atomsphere, misrule prevails<br />Illustrations-shipovskaya<br />Shipovskaya<br />
  11. 11. Doings at Griboedov’s<br />Ivan is carried out and<br />Transported to the psychiatric clinic<br />Ilustration by C. Stone<br />
  12. 12. Schizophrenia, as was said<br />Ivan H is sent to asyllum<br />News of Berlioz horrifies but appearance of Ivan H confounds<br />Ivan is subdued and sedated at asylum<br />More composed in Chap. 8, he requests writing materials<br />
  13. 13. View from Ivan’s window in the Clinic<br />
  14. 14. A Naughty Apartment<br />Illustration by Charlie Stone<br />
  15. 15. The Naughty Apartment<br />Berlioz’s apartment, shared with Likhodeev, is transformed <br />A naked lady along with the threesome are present.<br />They eject L. to make room for Woland’s retinue<br />Foster the notion that Likhodeev was hung over.L ends up in Yalta.<br />Illustration: Alimov<br />
  16. 16. Koroviev’s Stunts<br />He and his kind had much power because of scarce living space in Moscow<br />Bribe-taking and influence peddling<br />NikanorIvanovichBosoy (barefoot) head of tenants’ association.<br />Nikanor is pressed to take the money, then busted by authorities<br />
  17. 17. News from yalta<br />Variety staff awaits word.<br />Attempted communiques from Likhodeev<br />Varenukhaconfront’s man with cat-like physiognomy<br />It ends poorly for him-beaten in toilet<br />
  18. 18. Ivan Splits in Two<br />Ivan unsuccessfully tries to write an account of events leading to his detainment<br />Found weeping he is given an injection and begins to acquiesce<br />
  19. 19. Black Magic and its Exposure<br />Tricks with cards and money<br />Conversation with Woland and Fagott<br />Theater manager Bengalsky intervenes-explaining mass hypnosis-asks Woland for exposure<br />B’s head is torn off, then replaced<br />
  20. 20. Black Magic<br />Mad frenzy results when women are invited to look through latest fashions is clothes, purses shoes.<br />ArkadyApllonovich requests exposure<br />He is exposed, instead, in front of his wife, dignitaries<br />All vanishes<br />
  21. 21. The Hero Enters<br />While in a reposeful rest, Ivan meets a fellow inmate who validates his experiences<br />He is the author of a novel involving Pontius Pilate<br />Describes writing the novel and Margarita<br />Rebukes the harsh treatment of critics<br />
  22. 22. The Hero Enters Illustration by I. Shipovskaia<br />
  23. 23. Glory to the Cock<br />Terriftying experience for Findirector, Rimsky<br />Saved from demonic destruction by crowing of the cock (3 times)<br />He takes off to leave Moscow forever<br />His wife and colleagues mytsified<br />
  24. 24. NikanorIvanovich’s Dream<br />Most of this chapter was censored upon first publication—hoarding currency<br />Varying tone of compassion and menace<br />Exposure of personal lives, secrets<br />Guilt and punishment<br />Note on Pushkin’s popularity<br />
  25. 25. The Execution<br />Physcial stress emphasized: heat, dryness, dust, bugbites<br />Yeshua and other prisoners helped to death<br />Matthew Levy arrives late, embittered, rebellious<br />Measures taken to obvious miraculous claims for body<br />
  26. 26. Execution illus charlie Stone<br />
  27. 27. An Unquiet Day<br />Anxiety and rumors fly about after the black magic performance<br />Administrators can find no contract, ticket sales associated with the performance.<br />Rumors of money that disintegrated<br />Secy tells of black cat in office<br />Workers sing in chorus involuntarily<br />Satire focused on worker clubs under Soviet regime<br />
  28. 28. Hapless visitors<br />Arrival of Berlioz’s uncle from Kiev-Poplavsky<br />Strange telegram speaking in present tense<br />No managers will offer to deal with him<br />He enters the apartment alone<br />Greeted by Koroviev who weeps profusely at the thought of Berlioz’s death<br />Cat admits to sending the telegram, reads the passport<br />Azazello runs out and pushes Poplavsky and his things down the stairs<br />The Barman comes about the ruble notes-predictions about liver cancer—off to clinic<br />The Professor and the sparrow<br />
  29. 29. BOOK II<br />Follow me, Reader. . . <br />
  30. 30. Margarita<br />Margarita Nicolaevna-30-year old wife of prominent specialist<br />Her affair with the master<br />Nurtured and supported his work<br />Approached by Azzello in Alexandrovsky gardens<br />Uses the cream to become invisible<br />
  31. 31. Margarita’s Flight (Azazello’s cream)<br />Her maid tries some and follows (Natasha)<br />Her would be suitor Nicolai Ivanovich does also (appearing as a hog)<br />Margarita’s revenge on the Dramlit House and the critic Latunsky<br />Elite Writers Building<br />
  32. 32. By Candlelight<br />Margarita meets the retinue<br />Agrees to host the satanic ball<br />Chess game with Behemoth<br />Woland’s hurt leg is tended by Gella—naked woman and a vampire<br />Abaddon (destruction, angel of death) appears before the group and scares Margarita<br />Appears as old man with glasses<br />
  33. 33. Grand Ball at Satan’s<br />Margarita wears portrait of poodle and diamond crown<br />Treated with great deference<br />Description of Ball derives from embassy ball attended by Bulgakovs at Spaso House in 1935<br />
  34. 34. Events at the Ball:<br />Meeting with Frieda (history similar to Gretchen-haunted by child’s death)<br />Other cameos of famous murderers and murderesses<br />Baron Miegel—stool pidgeon and spy—he is killed on the spot—his blood turned into wine<br />
  35. 35. Extraction of the Master<br />Playful repartee with Woland and Retinue<br />Margarita requests mercy for Frieda and restoration of the Master to the apartment on the Arbat<br />Master is revived with difficulty<br />They are restored to the basement apartment<br />New resident is taken out.<br />
  36. 36. How the Procurator Tried to Save Judas of Kiriath and the Burial<br />Story of the pursuit and murder of Judas of Kiriath<br />Attempt to make it appear as a suicide<br />Evidence left for chief priest<br />Pilate confronts Mathew Levy <br />Admits to killing Judas<br />
  37. 37. The End of Apartment 50<br />Various attempts to investigate strange doings<br />Incident with Behemoth<br />Shot at with bullets, no one wounded<br />Ilus by charlie Stone<br />
  38. 38. Last Adventures of koroviev and Behemoth<br />Comic satire about officialdom and other aspects of Soviet life:<br />Stores, exclusive restaurants, official investigations<br />Photo of Bulgakov’s primus stove<br />Graffiti showing Behmoth with stove<br />
  39. 39. The Fate of Master and Margarita is decided and It’s time, it’s Time<br />Mathew Levi approaches Woland’s domain<br />Requests “peace” for M and M from Yeshua<br />M and M living in basement apartment<br />Visited by Azazello<br />They drink the Falernian wine and are translated<br />Their “deaths” are made to look normal in Moscow scene<br />The apartment is left in flames<br />They visit Ivanuska at the clinic before departing.<br />
  40. 40. On Sparrow Hills and Forgiveness and Eternal refuge<br />Woland and his retinue prepare to depart to higher realms with M and M<br />Behmoth’s whistle<br />Koroviev-Fagott and Behemoth assume their original forms.<br />The master forgives Pilate who seeks Yeshua<br />M and M find rest in their eternal home c.stone--<br />
  41. 41. Epilogue<br />Explanations and Normalcy<br />Some things never change—in officaldom<br />Ivan is older and wiser, but he suffers every spring when the moon is full—reliving all that followed his encounter with Woland.<br />
  42. 42. Credits<br />Images www.nervousaxon.com/2008/02/master-and-margar...<br />terese.wordpress.com<br />www.printrama.com<br />www.midwinter.com; iran-daily<br />

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