What was Peter's childhood like? What was of importance that transpired during this time?
Why did the author stipulate Peter's most extraordinary characteristic was his titanic energy?
What actions did Peter take in the usurpation of Sophia?
What significance did Andrew Vinius, Patrick Gordon, Francis Lefort, and the Jolly Company have in Peter's life?
Discuss why Peter failed in his initial attack on Azov, but he was successful in a subsequent assault? In what manner did this affect his status in Russia and in Europe?
What often mortifying physical disorder began to afflict Peter in the prime of his early manhood?
Why was the Tsar's Great Embassy one of only a couple of overwhelming events in his life?
From where did the author draw, "These Things are in Your Way," the title of Chapter 18?
How was it St. Petersburg came to be?
How did Peter come to meet...
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