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Sovlit.com presents Eric Konkol's translation of Mikhail Bulgakov's satirical sketch "Three Kopeks," which he wrote while working for the railroad newspaper Gudok. It is the story of a railroad employee coming up against bureaucracy and the taxman.
See also Bulgakov's "Remembering Gudok."
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