Ignoring evil in Soviet Russia

Betty Smartt Carter writes the following in a review of Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita¬† 1)In Books and Culture, Volume 21, Number 5.:

Even Russians who didn’t actively cooperate with evil struggled with the guilt of not standing up for the good. Where could you find absolution for hunkering down to survive while your neighbors disappeared in the night?


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1. In Books and Culture, Volume 21, Number 5.

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