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Gavriela was trembling, too scared to make herself conspicuous by moving. But the young men were retreating now, each group in a different direction, and soon they had disappeared along separate alleys, and were gone. Had one group worn yarmulkes: black skullcaps clipped to their hair? But it was the strange twisting of the blackness in shadowed alleyways that— Optical illusion. Vision was a physical phenomenon, optical and electrical within the brain. Stress might deform one’s ability to perceive geometry.

He hurried, matching Father’s quickening pace. From a doorway he caught a faint scent, stale and embarrassing: one of the house daughters had illicitly entertained a young warrior here, perhaps one of the City Guard. Father strode on, perhaps not noticing. ~Dad? Are you . . scared? The answering scent was strong and reassuring. ~Everything will be fine. With my son here, how could it not be? Coming out into sunlight, they crossed Central Plaza, a circular expanse paved with shards of turquoise and white.

This morning she had sent a letter to her parents, whose little shop in Sendlingerstrasse, in the heart of Munich, had been just around the corner from Einstein’s childhood home. It was only five years since the Wolf family relocated to Berlin. Dear Mutti and Vati, Zürich is such a pretty town, like our old München but with the broad flat lake, and such icy mountains all around. The trams, too, are cheerful as they wind their way up and down the cobbled streets. You would like to take your Sunday promenade here by the Zürichsee!

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