The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra

⇯ Read Hardcover [ ⑃ The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra ] ⩸ Ebook By Helen Rappaport ⫬ ⇯ Read Hardcover [ ⑃ The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra ] ⩸ Ebook By Helen Rappaport ⫬ Rappaport, who has previously written about the last days of the Romanov family as well as the lives of other royal families, here turns her attention to Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia, murdered along with their brother and parents in 1918 Yet, in some ways, this is less about the girls and about their mother, Alexandra, whose despair at producing four girls before giving birth to a hemophiliac son, is palpable Rappaport uses the sisters letters and diaries to illuminate their lives, but they rarely jump off the pages as real people, even though they are each described with specific personality traits Perhaps not surprisingly, it is when their relationships with the magnetic Rasputin are introduced that the girls seem the most alive What also comes through quite clearly is the great love and devotion each of the Romanov family members felt for each other, despite living through the harshest of circumstances The haunting cover photograph of the Romanov sisters will draw readers, and the extensive bibliography will aid those who want to learn Ilene CooperRappaport paints a compelling portrait of Tatiana, Olga, Maria and Anastasia PeopleA gossipy, revealing story of the doomed Russian family s fairy tale life told by an expert in the field Kirkus ReviewsIn their time, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia were depicted in international accounts as a cute, indistinguishable quartet But Rappaport brings out each one s character and does it neatly, with a fine touch While we know that the family s fate will be tragic, the girls don t, and Rappaport, with a light hand and admiring eyes, allows the four Grand Duchesses to grow on us as they grow up Christian Science MonitorRappaport is good at showing life within the castle gates she makes a genuinely new, interesting contribution to the Romanov story, which is likely to appeal to both general and specialist readers Pittsburgh Post GazetteIn this new volume Helen Rappaport mines a trove of fresh material as she uncovers the lost lives of the daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra Buffalo NewsThe public spoke of the sisters in a gentile, superficial manner, but Rappaport captures sections of letters and diary entries to showcase the sisters thoughtfulness and intelligence Readers will be swept up in the author s leisurely yet informative narrative as she sheds new light on the lives of the four daughters Publishers Weekly starred review The haunting cover photograph of the Romanov sisters will draw readers, and the extensive bibliography will aid those who want to learn BooklistAs shocking and immediate as a thriller A gripping read People magazine 3 stars on The Last Days of the RomanovsRappaport offers an absorbing, perceptive, and detailed picture of a constitutional monarchy in crisis Publishers Weekly on A Magnificent ObsessionAn absorbing account of the making of a queen through her awful, protracted grief Kirkus Reviews on A Magnificent ObsessionQuite simply, stunning Chilling and poignant, this is how history books should be written Alison Weir, author of Henry VIII The King and His Court on The Last Days of the RomanovsA fluid and astute writer, Rappaport delivers a historically discerning portrait of Victoria in the 1860s Booklist on A Magnificent Obsession The Romanov Sisters Lost Lost Lives of the Daughters Nicholas and Alexandra Helen Rappaport Books eBook Kindle Store House Wikipedia House Parent house Oldenburg since mid th century Country Romanov impostors members Russian imperial family, Romanov, were executed by firing squad Bolsheviks in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on July during Anastasia Biography Anastasia had four siblings three older sisters named Olga, Tatiana Maria, a younger brother Alexei, who was 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    • Hardcover
    • B00H6EOMDO
    • The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra
    • Helen Rappaport
    • English
    • 15 October 2016
    • 529 pages

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