Nicholas and Alexandra - Part 2: Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Robert K. Massie
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The four daughters of Alexandra had their quarters above their mother's boudoir. The oldest daughter was Olga. She was an avid reader and was closest to her father. Her sister Tatiana was eighteen months younger and closest to her mother. She was also very outspoken and sure of herself and very eager to go out into society. Marie was the prettiest of the four daughters and liked to paint. Anastasia was the youngest of the girls. She was a tomboy with a flair for languages. The four sisters collectively signed their names as OTMA, the first letter from each of their first names. Since they had very little contact with children outside the palace, they were close to each other and their servants. They had a weekly outing outside the palace with their aunt on Sundays when they went to St. Petersburg. The...

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