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Mikhail Bulgakov was born in 1891 in Kiev, Ukraine, the eldest son of Professor at the Kiev Theological Academy. In 1913, Bulgakov married Tatiana Lappa. In 1916, he graduated from the Medical School of Kiev University with a doctorate. Bulgovov's sons were enlisted in the White Army during the Russian Civil War; Mikhail was registered as a field doctor. All but Mikhail would end up in Paris when the war ended. He ended up in the Caucasus, where he eventually worked as a reporter. In 1921, he moved with Tatiana to Moscow, where he stayed for the rest of his life. Three years later, after divorcing his first wife, he married Lyubov 'Belozerskaya. In 1932, Bulgakov married for the third time, to Yelena Shilovskaya, and they lived with him in Pondernark's Ponds. For the last 10 years of his life, Bulgakov has continued to work on The Master with Margarita, writing plays, important works, stories, making several editions and playing novels. Although he enjoyed a privileged position under the Soviet regime, Joseph Stalin, Bulgakov was prevented from relocating or visiting his brothers in the west. Bulgakov did not support the regime, and made fun of many of his works, most of which were given to his desk drawer for decades because he was too politically inclined to publish it. In 1938, he wrote a letter to Stalin asking for immigration permission and received a call from Stalin himself refusing his request. Bulgakov died of hereditary kidney disease in 1940 and was buried in the Novodevichy cemetery in Moscow.