Ursula finally survives her childhood, only to be snuffed out again in her 20s, the victim of a brutal husband.
But Ursula is phoenix-like, dying and rising up again and again.
There is Ursula the civil servant bravely patrolling a London bombed to pieces during the Blitz.
Sayed Jalees and Ursula Frei embraced their daughter, and made sure the rest of the family knew it.
From the outset, nothing comes easy for Ursula, who lives and dies at least six times in the first 100 pages alone.
He then withdrew; but not without a bow to Ursula, in which there was more of sadness than disappointment.
Mrs. Falbe diverted her attention from "Lady Ursula" for a moment.
Ursula doubtless loved the gay rich clothes that were so fashionable at this period.
Ursula and Hero make Beatrice believe that Benedick is dying of love for her.
Ursula was silent; she grew pale now after her redness of hasty and unconsidered self-defence.