If you can figure out my number without the Internet, call me.
- The number of letters in the first name of Anna Karenina’s love.
- The number of times the word nevermore appears in the famous poem, subtracted from the month when the events took place.
- The only number in the title of a Bergman movie.
- The number of vowels in the original and more historically meaningful name for the sorcerer’s stone in Harry Potter books.
- The number of vertices of the other geometric shape in “Girl on a Ball”.
- The cube root of the age mentioned in one of the earliest Beatles songs.
- The number corresponding to the lexicographically first string representing an integer in English.
- The first digit of the age at which Pushkin and Mozart died.
- The smallest of two primes such that their sum and difference are also prime.
- The only triangular number that is also prime.
(Just in case: this is a joke and not my actual phone number.)