The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov
In a strange piece of advice to writers, Philip K. Dick once suggested that God should never appear as a character in a novel. Few authors would feel limited by such a rule—a prohibition that tells us more, perhaps, about Mr. Dick (who, in his novel Valis, came close to breaking his own commandment) than about the craft of fiction. On the other hand, ma…
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