Natasha is Margarita’s devoted housemaid. When Margarita turns into a witch and leaves her old life behind, Natasha uses Azazello’s cream to become a witch herself. She then rides a hog—actually the neighbor Nikolai Ivanovich—and reconvenes with Margarita. At the end of the novel, she begs to be allowed to remain as a witch, a request which is granted.
Natasha Character Timeline in The Master and Margarita
The timeline below shows where the character Natasha appears in The Master and Margarita. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 19. Margarita
Chapter 20. Azazello’s Cream
Chapter 21. Flight
...naked witches, and a goat-legged creature who gives her champagne. This creature informs her that Natasha is on her way to Moscow to “warn them that Margarita would soon arrive and... (full context)
Chapter 22. By Candlelight
Chapter 23. The Great Ball at Satan’s
...transported back to the room in which she had prepared for the ball. Hella and Natasha massage her with blood, reviving her. Koroviev appears, reminding “Queen Margot” to fly around the... (full context)
Chapter 24. The Extraction of the Master
Chapter 27. The End of Apartment no. 50
...“Satan’s ball.” He tells them about what happened to him—becoming a hog, being flown by Natasha, going to “hell and beyond”—but leaves out that he had propositioned Natasha and requests that... (full context)
Chapter 30. It’s Time! It’s Time!