Written during Stalin's regime in the 1930s, but not published until 1967, The Master and Margarita is an intricate allegory of good and evil and one of the best examples of protest literature ever written. Author Mikhail Bulgakov takes listeners on a journey through the literary streets of Moscow as the lead character, Satan disguised as a black magician named Woland, torments the city's people. Woland finally finds the Master, the man he has been looking for, whose story about Pontius Pilate becomes intertwined with the original tale, creating a parallel narrative.
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