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Grigory Rasputin: Holy Man or Mad Monk? by Enid A. Goldberg.


Title: Grigory Rasputin: Holy Man or Mad Monk?
Author: Enid A. Goldberg.
Genre: Non-fiction, children's books, YA, history, politics, political dissent, the first Russian revolution, occult, religion.
Country: U.S.
Language: English.
Publication Date: September 28th, 2007.
Summary: Grigory Rasputin was a poor peasant from Siberia who claimed he could heal the sick and predict the future. Some people worshipped him. Others wanted him dead. No wonder the story of his life and death is stranger than fiction.

My rating: 6.5/10.
Tags: 2000s, 21st century - non-fiction, 3rd-person narrative non-fiction, american - non-fiction, children's lit, history, non-fiction, occult, political dissent, politics, religion, russian in non-fiction, russian revolution of 1917 (first), ya

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