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Ng which the shy protected child grows to be a young woman about to face a challenging future Mara Kay has evoked the shel. My favourite book as a child I read it over and over again fantastic

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Masha Author Mara Kay

SET IN RUSSIA over years ago this book follows Masha through her years at Smolni an elite girls boarding school years duri. After her father dies at Borodino fighting Napoleon in 1812 Masha an unsophisticated and shy child becomes eligible to attend a boarding school for young ladies in St Petersburg called Smolni Institute It s nine years of boarding school with any holidays They are educated for a role in society but also receive a proper education The school becomes Masha s home and her family and this book follows her through heartbreak and triumph to adolescence graduation and a new lifeA wonderful evocation of Imperial Russia with an almost impossible to find seuel The Youngest Lady in Waiting

Review Ý PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Mara Kay

Tered world of Smolni with authenticity and has provided colourful glimpses of St Petersburg and the greater world outside. I remember borrowing this book in a hardcover edition with the girls in their brown uniforms from the library when I was a child I have no idea how old I was but we were living in Melbourne at the time so it was most likely the summer I was 11When I discovered it had been reprinted I was uick to put my name on this list for copies of this one its seuel and another book by the same author all of which I borrowed from the same library that same summerWhen my copy came I immediately abandoned my others reads to reread it And I was surprised at just how much I loved it all over again I thought I d enjoy it but I didn t manage I d be giving it a 1010 over 30 years later It s a book that has stood the test of time well and I m so delighted I not only got the chance to read it again but to have my own copy at lastI would have happily gone on the read the seuel immediately but I have some other reading I m trying to do first before indulging myself by spending time in Masha s world again


10 thoughts on “Masha Author Mara Kay

  1. says:

    My favourite book of all time if only it could be reprinted

  2. says:

    After her father dies at Borodino fighting Napoleon in 1812 Masha an unsophisticated and shy child becomes eligible to attend a boarding school for young ladies in St Petersburg called Smolni Institute It's nine years of boarding school with any holidays They are educated for a role in society but also receive a proper education The school becomes Masha's home and her family and this book follows her through

  3. says:

    Childhood favorite I just wish it would come back into print

  4. says:

    I still love to read these books even forty years on

  5. says:

    My favourite book as a child I read it over and over again fantastic

  6. says:

    This and the seuel 'The Youngest Ladt in Waiting' are my favourite books and I'm so excited that they are both to

  7. says:

    Really enjoyed this peek into the world of St Petersburg Russia circa 1814 1820 The concerns of the people The men lost in the war of 1812 often leaving estates that become impoverished since they are gone The adoration of the royal

  8. says:

    This was one of my favorite books as a kid I recently remembered it for some random reason and thought it was interesting that it had gone out of print Somehow that made me want to reread it It's actually still uite good It's a boarding schoo

  9. says:

    I remember borrowing this book in a hardcover edition with the girls in their brown uniforms from the library when I was a child I have no idea how old I was but we were living in Melbourne at the time so it was most likely the summer I was 11When I discovered it had been reprinted I was uick to put my name on

  10. says:

    I loved this book as a child It stayed with me and I'm so glad it is to be reprinted I remember her being given a glass ring and putting it on a branch of her favourite tree Years later she goes back and the metal has long since eroded away but the glass is still there buried in the bark

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