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Scenes of Russian court life
Alexander I Emperor of Russia
|Statement||edited with an introduction by the Grand Duke Nicholas.|
|Contributions||Catherine, Queen, consort of William I, King of Wittenberg., Nikolai Mikhailovich, Grand Duke of Russia.|
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Scenes of Russian Court Life Being The Correspondence of Alexander I with His Sister Catherine Henry Havelock; Grand Duke Nicholas c Jarrolds Ltd.: London 9" by " pp. SUMMARY A fascinating collection of letters between Alexander I and his sister Catherine.
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SUMMARY A fascinating collection of letters between Alexander I and his sister Catherine. Fine Binding. Overall Condition: Fine. This book weighs KG when packed.
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In his book “Voyage en Russie” Gautier devoted an entire chapter to Zichy, which significantly raised his profile among the Russian public. incidents of court life, scenes from royal.What made Chekhov tick? What served as a source of creative inspiration in his life? In answering these questions, Russian scholar Rosamund Bartlett focuses on the writer's intimate relationship with the places where he lived and traveled--Taganrog and the southern Russian steppes, Moscow, Petersburg, Siberia, the French Riviera, and Yalta.
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