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Rasputin : the untold story

Auteur : Joseph T Fuhrmann
Éditeur: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, ©2013.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : Biographie : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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Legend portrays Rasputin as the 'Mad Monk' who rampaged through St. Petersburg in an alcoholic haze, making love to scores of women. A symbol of excess and religious extremism, he was believed to hold a mysterious power, emanating from his hypnotic eyes, over Tsar Nicholas II and his family. The fact that he was neither mad nor a monk has not stopped scores of writers from repeating these and other bogus claims.  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: Biographies
History
Biography
Personne nommée: Grigoriĭ Efimovich Rasputin; Grigoriĭ Efimovich Rasputin; Grigoriĭ Efimovich Rasputin
Type d’ouvrage: Biographie
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Joseph T Fuhrmann
ISBN: 9781118172766 1118172760
Numéro OCLC: 781077302
Notes: "Published simultaneously in Canada"--Title page verso.
Description: xxvii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contenu: Cast of characters --
The outsider --
Seeker and teacher --
Nicholas and Alexandra: Waiting for a friend --
The new Rasputin --
The church strikes back --
The Romanovs' holy fool --
The Captain's mysterious report --
Black boars become bishops --
"You are our all" --
"God has heard your prayers" --
Spiritual crisis --
"The slut stuck a knife up my ass!" --
Disaster lurks in Moscow --
The tsar takes command --
Rasputin conquers the state --
The church at the feet of a "low hound" --
"Our friend's ideas about men are sometimes queer? --
Shadows come at twilight --
The assassin --
Murder at the palace --
The aftermath --
Who really killed Rasputin? --
Epilogue.
Responsabilité: Joseph T. Fuhrmann.

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Legend portrays Rasputin as the 'Mad Monk' who rampaged through St. Petersburg in an alcoholic haze, making love to scores of women. A symbol of excess and religious extremism, he was believed to hold a mysterious power, emanating from his hypnotic eyes, over Tsar Nicholas II and his family. The fact that he was neither mad nor a monk has not stopped scores of writers from repeating these and other bogus claims. Rasputin scholar Joseph Fuhrmann shares the fruits of this two-decade search for the truth about Rasputin through previously closed Soviet archives. The man he discovers is entirely human and even more fascinating than the Svengali-like caricature imagined by millions. This biography unveils the truth behind Gregory Rasputin's storied life, controversial relationships, and much-discussed death. Furhmann unearths previously unknown details from Rasputin's childhood and his early years as a farmer and itinerant preacher to his decade-long relationship with the Romanovs.

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