She described the gentle horrors that hid behind the civilian screens and was a specialist in horrific scenarios. Now the author, who died in 1965, can be rediscovered.
A woman is about to have her third child. But before she can go to the hospital, she prepares breakfast for her family and dishes. Nothing seems to work in this family without the lady of the house. A few final pedagogical instructions to the man, who may be completely overwhelmed with the two children, follow. Only then, at the very last moment, is the taxi called to take the heavily pregnant woman to the hospital.