The Wunderkammer of the Mild Colonial Boy, Esq., a Reactionary Tory Gentleman, who armed only with a Steampowered Babbage Engine and Pure Intentions, wanders the Time Streams and Aetheric Plane gathering an Eccentric Hodgepodge of Curiousities, Frivolities, Whimsicalities and Nonsense.
Q. Why is your Tumblelog called "My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck by Lightning"?
A. Because "My Grandmother's Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck by Lightning" wouldn't fit in the available space.
Audrey Hepburn as Natasha Rostov in ‘War and Peace’, 1956.
Countess Natalya “Natasha” Ilyinichna Rostova (born 1792, according to the book) is a central fictional character in Leo Tolstoy’s novel War and Peace.
The character of Natasha is difficult to portray on film, because she ages from a 13-year old girl in book one to a 28-year old mother of four at the end of the novel. Harlow Robinson writes that Hepburn “makes a visually compelling Natasha…”