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020    0195052366 
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050 00 DK170|b.A58 1989 
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082 04 B|219 
100 1  Alexander, John T 
245 10 Catherine the Great :|blife and legend /|cJohn T. 
       Alexander 
260    New York :|bOxford University Press,|c1989 
300    xii, 418 pages, [24] pages of plates :|billustrations, 
       maps, portraits ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 387-395) and 
       index 
505 0  Catherine's Coup d'état -- The education of a Russian 
       Empress (1729-1762) -- Coronation, consolidation, 
       challenges -- Crisis renewed : the Volga voyage and the 
       legislative commission -- Foreign policy and war, Poland 
       and Turkey -- Pox, pestilence, and crisis in public health
       -- Plots, pretenders, Pugachevshchina -- "Legislomania" : 
       reactions to crisis -- Nymphomania? Favorites and 
       favoritism -- Succession concerns and Southern vistas -- 
       Wars, war scares, and European revolution -- Spring 
       surprises, autumn anxieties 
520    Examines all aspects of Catherine the Great's life and 
       career, focusing on her role as mother, lover, and ruler 
       during her reign as Empress of Russia from 1762 to 1796 
520    The first authoritative, popular biography of one of the 
       most colorful characters in modern history, Catherin the 
       Great provides a vivid portrait of Catherin as a mother, a
       lover, and, above all, an extremely savvy ruler. 
       Concentrating on her long reign (1762-96), John T. 
       Alexander examines all aspects of Catherine's life and 
       career: the brilliant political strategies by which she 
       earned the acceptance of a nationalistic elite; her 
       expansive foreign policy; the domestic reforms she used to
       revamp the Russian military, political structure, and 
       economy; and, of course, her infamous love life. The 
       result of twenty years' research by one of America's 
       leading narrative historians of modern Russia, this truly 
       impressive work offers a much-needed, balanced reappraisal
       of one of history's most scandal-ridden figures 
600 00 Catherine|bII,|cEmpress of Russia,|d1729-1796 
651  0 Russia|xKings and rulers|vBiography 
651  0 Russia|xHistory|yCatherine II, 1762-1796 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aAlexander, John T.|tCatherine the 
       Great.|dNew York : Oxford University Press, 1989
       |w(OCoLC)573341028 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aAlexander, John T.|tCatherine the 
       Great.|dNew York : Oxford University Press, 1989
       |w(OCoLC)629917027 
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