38% done with War and Peace


I like Natasha’s concept of eternity: it’s just tomorrow and tomorrow is another tomorrow. One day at a time for her. And all this in the moonlight while Dimmler plays a harp. Beautiful, but sad, too.

We now drift into unreality, to the past, and to the possible future. Metempsychosis is brought up, everyone is dressed in costume, Nicholas doesn’t recognize where they are. Very magical.