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  1. The Lost Princess: A Double Story, first published in 1875 as The Wise Woman: A Parable, is a fairy tale novel by George MacDonald. The story describes how a woman of mysterious powers pays visits to two very different young girls: one a princess, the other a shepherd's daughter.

    • George MacDonald
    • 1875
    • 1875
    • Strahan & Co
  2. 21 de mar. de 2023 · The Last Princess. (2023) Set in the early years of the Republic of China, this story centers on Jin Yu Rong, a fallen noblewoman with aspirations of becoming a doctor, and Zhao Zheng Nan, the son of a prominent family who becomes a soldier. Against the backdrop of a declining society in 20th-century China, they share a passion for aiding the ...

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    • Yuen Tak
    • China
    • Historical, Romance
    • She Was A Crushing Disappointment
    • She Wasn't A Pampered Princess
    • She Was A Mischief Maker
    • She Had A Dark Side
    • She Was A Free Spirit
    • She Wasn't The Strongest Specimen
    • Her Family Carried A Cursed Disease
    • She Worried About Her Brother
    • She Made A Controversial Friend
    • She Was Vulnerable

    Born into the doomed Romanov family on June 18, 1901, The Grand Duchess Anastasia's birth was an utter disappointment to her parents, Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra. Pressured to produce a male heir, they had unluckily produced three girls already, and little Anastasia was the fourth. In fact, her father wassodistraught that he went on a lo...

    Although a young princess, Anastasia wasn't exactly pampered or spoiled—and she certainly didn't enjoy an idle day-to-day existence. Instead, she and her siblings slept on uncomfortable beds without any pillows, beginning every morning with an ice-cold bath followed by some cleaning and needlework. However, this strict regimen didn't stop the young...

    With her startling blue eyes and blonde hair, Anastasia was known not only for infectious charm but for her prevailing sense of humor. However, out of all her siblings, her penchant for stinging witticisms and pranks got her into the most trouble. Many saw witnessed her tripping the servants, climbing trees, and meddling with her tutors. But someti...

    On one disturbing occasion, the young Anastasia hid a rock inside of a snowball and whipped it at her sister Tatiana, who went down like a rock herself. Sometimes, she'd even go so far as to lash out at her playmates during game time. No bad deed was off the table: cheating, scratching, and kicking. Horrified by such behavior, her cousin Princess G...

    Although raised behind palace walls, Anastasia had a free spirit and thought little of the trappings of beauty and royal appearances. When she was 10—old enough to know better—the princess settled into her seat at the St. Petersburg Opera house and did the unthinkable. With her flawless, white gloves still on, she began indulging in chocolates. But...

    You see, her health wasn't always as robust as it seemed. The Grand Duchess' feet were in constant pain due to the pulsing bunions on her big toes. Moreover, she had a very weak back and, for treatment, endured frequent massages, which she absolutely despised. In fact, she hated them so much—she'd hole up in a cupboard or hide beneath her bed to es...

    Anastasia mighthave been a carrier of the "Royal Disease" hemophilia—a condition where a low blood-clotting factor could result in excessive bleeding. However, although her aunt, Olga Alexandrovna, believed that all of the Romanov girls were heavy bleeders, only one of Anastasia's siblings was a certain victim. And this predicament was, without a d...

    Three years after her disappointing arrival, the Romanov's dreams finally came true. Anastasia and her sisters welcomed a new member to the family, a bouncing baby boy named Alexei. With his appearance came a huge sigh of relief—but sadly, the royal family's excitement quickly turned to horror.After cutting Alexei's umbilical cord, the poor infant ...

    When Anastasia's mother sought the healing powers of Grigori Rasputin, she had no idea that she'd unwittingly welcomed a brand new horror show into their lives. As a Russian peasant and "holy man," Rasputin soon became entrenched in Anastasia and her siblings' lives. The young princess even came to know the bearded man as "Our Friend". However, he ...

    Despite his unsettling appearance, Anastasia and her siblings were "completely at ease" with Rasputin. Soon, he'd forged a strong friendship with the children, but not everyone approved of him. In 1930, Rasputin scandalized the governess Sofia Ivanovna Tyutcheva by visiting the nursery while the girls were vulnerable, dressed in their flimsy nightg...

  3. The Lost Princess: Directed by Hicham Hajji. With Eric Roberts, Robert Knepper, Gary Dourdan, Irma Lake. Alec Touati discovers his true destiny when he stumbles upon a haunted castle with a tragic love story. With Nassim and Hana's help, he fights to protect the castle's legacy and fulfill his ancestral purpose.

    • Hicham Hajji
    • Eric Roberts, Robert Knepper, Gary Dourdan
  4. Is The Lost Princess streaming? Find out where to watch online amongst 45+ services including Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video.

    • 2005
    • 4
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  6. George MacDonald, Bernhard Oberdieck, Glenn Edward Sadler. 4.28. 1,363 ratings185 reviews. An enchanting, unforgettable fairy tale about two spoiled girls—a princess and a shepherd's daughter—and their magical encounters with a mysterious wise woman.