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In this monologue, CATHERINE THE GREAT tells about the events in her life in Russia and her impressive and amazing accomplishments over her long reign as Empress of Russia.
She also tells about her one great failure during her reign. She vowed never again to delegate authority without keeping very tight control over any future authority she bestowed. She tells about the twelve young and handsome men who enriched her life and how she, in turn, enriched them. She abolishes the incorrect term “LOVER” for these men and explains that the correct term for all twelve of these men is “OPPORTUNIST.” She enjoyed the company of handsome young men; they enjoyed prestige and money. How is that for honesty?
CATHERINE THE GREAT presents images of the twelve men and the many personalities of friends and enemies and she tells about wonders she accomplished – all in a vivid cascade of events. This story ends at a time allowing for a sequel telling of other events in her life as she continues her strong and greatly admired administration of Russia as the EMPRESS OF RUSSIA.
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About the Author
Wayne H. Proctor is retired from real estate and has written and revised his monologue, Catherine the Great and Her Men (all Twelve of Them).