Wydra Apartment in Krakow
The place is a two-room home, considered quite respectable by post World War II standards in Europe, mainly because the family who lives there does not have to share it with anyone.
This city is the former capital in its country and is the main setting for Part I of the book where the author spent her childhood before emigrating in 1959.
This place is a Polish café regularly frequented by the author's father.
This place is the land of opportunity and new language for the author who embraces the foreign culture while studying at various universities.
This is the university where Eva earns her bachelor's degree on a scholarship and is also the site at which Eva becomes Americanized.
This is the state of the author's alma mater.
This is the city to...
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