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Bulgakov

/ bʊlˈɡakəf /

noun

  1. BulgakovMikhail Afanaseyev18911940MRussianWRITING: novelistTHEATRE: dramatistWRITING: short-story writer Mikhail Afanaseyev (ʌfʌˈnasjef). 1891–1940, Soviet novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer; his novels include The Master and Margerita (1966–67)


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Bulgakov thus finally arrives at the same goal as Struve, though by a different route.

Yet Bulgakov overlooks the principal problem: who exactly is to profit by an expansion such as that whose mechanism he examines?

In fact, Bulgakov has sadly disappointed us in the high hopes we had of his new solution.

On this basis, Bulgakov establishes a complete theory of the relations between production and consumption in a capitalist society.

The unconcern with which Bulgakov here ignores the real problem is striking.

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