I Was Anastasia - Part 1: Chapters 4 - 8 Summary & Analysis

Ariel Lawhon
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Chapter 4 is set in 1927 in Alexander Palace. It returns to the first person point of view. Anastasia’s father, Nikolai Alexandrovich Romanov the Second, finally returns home. The family is called to meet with Kerensky, the Minister of Justice. Anastasia notices that Kerensky calls her father by the English version of his name. He tells them that they are prisoners. Anastasia is angry, instead of being afraid. Kerensky tells them that any of their servants who choose to stay with them will suffer the same fate as the family. When Nikolai tries to argue the servants should be left alone, Kerensky reminds him that he abdicated the throne and has no power with which to barter.

Alexandra gasps when she learns of the abdication. Kerensky tells them they are now mere citizens. They will be allowed to stay in the palace until...

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