Clicking on any image will whisk you to Amazon: Mikhail Bulgakov The world heavyweight champion of dating books. Picking the right translation is always a big deal, but it's unusually important with this book - there are several versions in print, and most are either too sloppy or done from a censored 1967 version of the text. And no Russian writer fires a heavier broadside than Pushkin, still melting panties from beyond the grave nearly two hundred years after his death.
The Master and Margarita offers something for everyone, right up from the age of consent all the way to the advanced post-doctorate level. The Bergin/O'Connor version is what you want, it's unabridged, meticulous and has invaluable endnotes. That is, nearly two hundred years after his tragic death fighting a duel to save the honor of the woman he loved.
): The communication develops and it seems perfect to you.
Margarita is an open woman who really wants to start a genuine relationship and tells a lot of things about her life and experience in relationships without a happy ending: The communication with Margarita goes very well when you, suddenly, get a strange mail like this: The so called “translation agency” from Ukraine answers to the mail on Margarita’s request.
And so you lend her books that are funny, playful, and good subway reading, but also complex enough to hint at your Hidden Depths.
Something unusual is a plus, as are lots of sexy bits, to serve as a reminder of the animal fires that burn within.
And since you don't yet know one another too well, you try to choose a shotgun of a book that fires a wide pattern, thematically speaking.
Like an early physicist studying the atom, you will hurl little bits of culture at your new love and collect valuable data about her inner life by observing the way they bounce off.When you put your best man on the job you get this: Fortunately Pushkin, while famous for his verse, also pioneered modern Russian prose, and unlike his verse this makes it through translation with only a few bruises.This volume is an excellent collection; particularly good are the Tales of Belkin, full of all kinds of dueling and corset-heaving in a gentle parody of the prevailing fashion for that kind of storytelling, and with Deep Themesâ„¢ gurgling just underneath.Kundera has a sterile, cleanroom writing style meant to suggest that he is a surgeon expertly dissecting the human condition before your eyes, but if you look a little more closely, you see he's just performing an autopsy on a mannequin. This is particularly galling given the A-team of Slavic authors just waiting to get their chance in the American dating ring, authors who've written funny, sexed-up books of great literary merit and philosophical depth that are fun to read no matter the mental wattage at your disposal.And just as importantly, fun to re-read - a salient feature of dating books is that you are likely to have to read through them over and over again in your great romantic life journey. You can get by on the plot alone, you can try your hand at correlating the events in the book with Bulgakov's life, or (God help you) you can try to peel your way down further and try to figure out what this novel is actually about.Therefore, gentlemen, I would like to bring an example of a Ukrainian dating scam.