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D P Displaced Person Paperback – October 25, 2016
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The daughter of a Russian Baron, Margarita Meyendorff (Mourka) was born displaced, far from the opulence of Imperial Russia which was her birthright. A series of wars destroyed this privilege existence and Margarita’s life became a series of extraordinary moves. Her childhood ran like a roller coaster of highs as a performer and lows in her personal life – most often taking to the stage where she found her natural footing but always seeking her rightful place and a sense of peace. Margarita Meyendorff’s journey is thrillingly personal yet universal - the journey we all take, to find our true selves and safe haven. Margarita Meyendorff is always, even in the most frightening situations, a spirited traveler - and survivor.
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Her family history, the incredible reversal of fortune and her determined wondering spirit and her struggle to find her own path in a world torn apart and bruised by events constantly unfolding. The way her voice comes through, with an honesty and desire to tell the story of her life, one filled with loves humor and tragedy that would tell her that theatre was to be her muse. I loved it and I hope that she has more in store for us.