That moment arrived at a reunion party for Leary last week in San Francisco's 111 Minna Gallery.
Besides, she was the inspiration of his Isolde, and she gave him the sympathy Minna denied.
There were a few low-spoken words in German and Minna vanished.
She appeared to be the same age as Minna, about six years old, and was dressed in a red pelisse and fur tippet.
He would tell Minna, quite as a matter of fact, for there could be no mistake.
She said that she would kill them both, and that she would like to cut Minna's throat.
“Raised in our own garden hinein,” bobbed Minna, in ecstasy.
Dave Cowan affected to be overcome with confusion, while Minna laughed loud and long at her sally.
She keenly resented not being able to write to her niece, Minna, in Berlin.
Like most of the realistic plays of the Ghetto, Minna is a genuine play of manners.