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Aleksandr Uzhankov

Aleksandr Uzhankov is Doctor of Russian culture and literature. He is professor at the Linguistic Institute of the Moscow State University M.V. Lomonosov and vice-rector of the Literary Institute A.M. Gorky in Moscow.

During his lecture on The Master and Margarita Uzhankov tried to find the hidden answers to some questions. Who is the author of the novel about Pontius Pilate? Why did Woland come to Moscow? And perhaps the most pertinent: What is the main charm of the novel?

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