• Bosworth describes the Russeks who emigrated from Poland and saved enough money to open a fur shop.
• David Nemerov's family emigrated from Russia.
• David worked in Russeks and fell in love with Gertrude, the owners' daughter.
• The Russek family objected to Gertrude's marriage to David.
• David is described as being obsessed with work and Gertrude as self-absorbed.
• Diane and Howard were inseparable as children, and their parents realized they were both leaning towards artistic pursuits.
• Diane attended the Ethical Cultural School.
• During the depression, Russeks managed to stay open.
• Diane and her friends, all being wealthy, were raised like Jewish princesses.
• Diane's house wasn't very happy. The children were described as being "spoiled and ignored."
• David had many affairs, and Gertrude became very depressed.
• Diane took ethics classes from Algernon Black and began to feel her life was too sanitary.
• Diane used to go on adventures...
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