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The story "Heart Dog" (1925) was written by famous Russian novelist M. Bulgakov. This is a fierce satire of early twentieth century Russian Bolshevik government. Filip Preobrazenskij a prominent Russian surgeon and professor who devised a strange experiment - transplanting the human brain and other organs to a homeless dog Sharik. After surgery Sharik became a man ... What is a man, and how it developed in the events below, you will find out by reading this interesting book.

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