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by E.M. Almedingen

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ISBN:
0416207200
Author:
E.M. Almedingen
Language:
English
Publisher:
Methuen Publishing Ltd (March 26, 1981)
Pages:
144 pages
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The Crimson Oak book. On her mother's side, she was descended from the aristocratic Poltoratsky family; her maternal grandfather was Serge Poltoratzky, the literary scholar and bibliophile who ended his days in exile, shuttling between France and England.

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He travelled extensively in Europe to find books and manuscripts needed for this work. From 1920, Almedingen taught English history and literature at Petrograd University. He was also interested in the letters of Voltaire and in Franco-Russian cultural relations. She then emigrated to England in 1923, where she began work as a journalist.

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Many of her books have appeared in the United States: Young Catherine, Tomorrow Will Come, Catherine the Great, Frossia, Winter in the Heart, and Dasha, to name but a few. Her chief enthusiasm is for medieval history, and to her retelling of the Knights of the Golden Table she brings both love and scholarship.