Paulette W. Kidder

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Paulette Kidder is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Seattle University.

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Fate and Freedom in the Novels of David Adams Richards. Sara MacDonald and Barry Craig.  Lexington Books, 2017.
 
David Adams Richards is a Canadian novelist and member of the Canadian Senate (nominated by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and appointed in 2017).  Born in 1950 in Newcastle, New Brunswick, Richards is the celebrated author of sixteen novels as well as numerous poems,…
Mikhail Bulgakov


A Novel of Resistance
Mikhail Bulgakov took a long time to settle on the title for his last great work, The Master and Margarita.
In the years he worked on it (1928-1940), he referred to the novel by many names, including “Consultant with a Hoof,” “The Great Chancellor,” and “Satan”–all names referring to the central character Woland–the devil–who in the novel appears…