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This article analyses the role of motifs of memory and oblivion in the ending of The Master and Margarita in comparison with, firstly, Ivan Karamazov's idea of 'returning the entry ticket to paradise' and Alyosha's answer about resurrection in the context of similar topics in ancient and medieval literature. According to the author of the article, the novels of Bulgakov and Dostoevsky place antiquity and the present time in a particular dialogue and conflict. It is mostly noticeable indoi:10.15826/qr.2019.4.431 fatcat:muv7pxhaxzfexnr5jlggx75ium