Does he fit into woland’s (satan from master and margarita) definition of humans?

Based on our analysis of Bulgakov’s novella The Heart of a Dog, the article by Yvonne Howell, and your own understanding of the story answer the following questions. Be specific in your answers and give as many evidence from the text as possible. (You don’t have to give page numbers; approximate quoting from the memory is sufficient.)
The novella “ Heart of a dog” https://archive.org/details/MikhailBulgakovTheHeartOfADogAndOtherStories/page/n15/mode/2up
The questions:
Who is professor Preobrazhensky – a mad scientist, a dreamer-idealist, a priest, a demon, or someone else? Can you call his experiment a crime, and if so, why? Is he an extraordinary person? Does he fit into Woland’s (Satan from Master and Margarita) definition of humans?
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