Grew Up… in the ever-changing landscape of nineteenth century Russia. The beautiful Sonja has seen nations rise and fall over the course of her lifetime, which may account for her philosophical temperament.
Living… as a widow. After her husband’s death, Sonja has had some time to look back on her life and face her regrets. “Yes, well, uh,” she tells her first husband on his deathbed, “I know I could have been a better wife to you, kinder. I could have made love with you more often. Or once, even.”
Interests… philosophical discourse. Sonja has many deep, convoluted conversations with her new lover, Boris. Such as: “To love is to suffer. To avoid suffering, one must love. But, one suffers from not loving. Therefore, to love is to suffer, not to love is to suffer, to suffer is to suffer.”
Relationship Status… in love with her bumbling cousin (twice-removed), Boris. After her husband’s death, Sonja somehow falls for her cowardly and accident-prone cousin.
Challenge… assassinating Napoleon. When Boris returns from the war, Sonja develops a plan for both of them to assassinate the war-mongering Frenchman and become heroes in their own land. It seems unlikely that this pair could pull off anything that ambitious, but who knows? Certainly nobody expected the generally cowardly Boris to become a war hero, either, including himself.
Personality… seductive, passionate, and prone to deep, nebulous monologues. Sonja always seems to be questioning her surroundings, which makes it difficult to be married to her.
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