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The Family Romanov

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Ansley Ashby

on 8 June 2016

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Transcript of The Family Romanov

The Family Romanov: Murder, Rebellion, & The Fall of Imperial Russian
Growing up with a Tsar as a father, Nicholas was treated as though he'd never rise to power, therefore he was never trained to be a reputable ruler. This set a poor foundation for his ruling. After marrying Alexandra, a princess from Germany, Nicholas decided to ignore any of Russia's issues and move away from the problems. This caused conflict to arise without anyone there to resolve it. Nicholas had many failed attempts to "solve" the revolution, including killing his own men, losing all the faith from his country. Without patriotism, the Romanovs were exiled, incarcerated, and ultimately executed.
Highlights historical significance
Disappointment in Absolute Monarchs
Broader Significance
The Family Romanov,
Point of View
Nicholas II
Imperial Russian times
Russian Empire stretched all througout central Asia at this time.
As the story takes place, it's based on the Fall of Imperial Russia and it happened through this time period.
The authors attitude towards The Family Romanov is clearly seen in favor of the proletariat.
Atmosphere of this piece was constant tension.
"The peasants looked to the land with hungry eyes, "They believed from the very bottom of their soul that one day the squires land would belong to them", remarked one noble."
Tone and Mood
Strengths & Weaknesses
Power struggle
Life of the 2% population of nobility, state officials, and clergy in Tsarist ruled Russia.
Struggles of the rest of Russia, the other 98%.
Cartoons drawn in 1900's newspapers
Literary Devices
Bolshevik/Russian Revolution
Strikes of 1905
Rise of Vladmir Lenin

Led the Bolsheviks
Communist Party
By Candace Fleming
Religious Icons
Clear sense of resent towards the rich family.
ex: " ...it was the peasants who did most of the fighting and dying. They marched away, obediently answering the tsar's call to defend Russia."
Goes in depth of everyday lives
Cites all of her information
Uses appropriate language so you can understand more
Displays multiple relevant pictures
flat, static, ignorant, revealed as Tsar
"Cornered, Nicholas backed
static, born in Germany,
dominant, Princess of
dynamic, revealed as child to
Tsar, then as a nurse in the
"Anastasia's distaste for school
was clear."
flat, leach, manipulative,
"witch doctor"
"If that wasn't enough, he bragged constantly."
is told from a 3rd person point of view.

The author is limited on the information know, since she does not know the thoughts and feelings of the characters. Having their story told in the third person allows the reader to get a "full picture" view instead of being persuaded to be biased towards a specific side.
"From then on SDs who followed Lenin were Bolsheviks. Those who disaggreed were Mensheviks. But all were communists, intent on creating-in one wat or another-a completely, and classless society."
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