|Posted By:||Lucas Bruyn|
|Post Date:||August 16, 2001 at 14:04:15|
|Forum:||Lapidus Family Genealogy Forum|
ON FOREIGN SOIL, An Autobiographical Novel by Falk Zolf, Chapter 50:
"A visitor from home!" he called out joyfully. He quickly introduced me to Madam Kotik, a small, dark, slender woman with clever eyes; and her mother, the elderly Madam Lapidus, who wore on her head a lovely flowered bonnet, which lent a special grace to her aristocratic face; and finally, one by one, to the children, who spoke in a soft, down-home Yiddish accent.