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Non-fiction Matilda

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The book is based on the script of the most controversial film of 2017, directed by Alexey Uchitel.

It is based on the unique historical evidence.

The book tells a love story about Nicholas II, the last Emperor of Russia, and prima ballerina Matilda Kseshinskaya.

17-year old Matilda Kseshinskaya graduates from the Imperial Theatre School and dreams about becoming a famous and premier ballerina in the Russian ballet. She has it all: loving family, friends, fans, and first love...

But if you succeed so much, you inevitably face troubles behind the curtain - intrigues and rivalry. Powerful men are prepared to do anything in order to get hold of a young ballerina. And her love is doomed as the heir to the Russian throne will never marry her...

This novel is a beautiful story of becoming a non-replacable queen of the Imperial ballet - from a school graduate Kseshinskaya Junior to Her Highness Princess Romanovskaya-Krasinskaya. First love, first tragedy, first success and the world recognition - that is how it all started for one of the most contradictory characters in the Russian history.

Series Non-fiction Title Matilda
Subject Russian Language Russian
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Fluent/native speakers
Publication Date November 2017 Authors Tatiana Bogatyreva
Binding Hardback Pages 288
Size(mm) 131x207 Weight (gms) 300
ESB Code 49222 ISBN 9785179832188
Inspection Copy No Delivery Limited Stock
  Price £11.50

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