Bulgakov M.: A Dog's Heart


A Dog's Heart

Характеристика издания

Пособие/книга "A Dog's Heart", автором которой является Bulgakov M., издана "Alma Classics". Издание выполнено в мягкой бумажной обложке и растиражировано.

 

Описание

When a stray dog dying on the streets of Moscow is taken in by a wealthy professor, he is subjected to medical experiments in which he receives various transplants of human organs. As he begins to transform into a rowdy, unkempt human by the name of Poligraf Poligrafovich Sharikov, his actions distress the professor and those surrounding him, although he finds himself accepted into the ranks of the Soviet state.A parodic reworking of the Frankenstein myth and a vicious satire of the Communist revolution and the concept of the New Soviet man, A Dog's Heart was banned by the censors in 1925 and circulated only in samizdat form. Nowadays this hugely entertaining tale has become very popular in Russia, and has inspired many adaptations across the world.

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A Dog's Heart
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Год издания: 
2016
Число страниц: 
162
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Мягкая бумажная
Формат: 
19.7 x 12.7 x 1.3

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