Robert Harris remembers the widely remarked moment when her first grandchild was born and she announced, “We are a grandmother.”
His 12-year-old mind never considered that a grandmother would run towards the back of the home to save her grandchild.
“They should go to Bangladesh, where they came from, or they should be killed,” she adds, as her grandchild sits beside her.
I am the grandchild of a man who was a slave and who taught me what real anti-Semitism is.
Then she sits her grandchild on her knee, to show him how his father would trade the family in.
The latter was sometimes known as Dajhbog, but in old folk-songs the Sun is Dajhbogs grandchild.
Tell him I've got the only grandchild here that ever I want.
Great was the grief of wife and grandchild; great was the importance of Iémon, now in very fact Master of Tamiya.
My daughter-in-law is safe; but where is my son,—where is my son, and my grandchild?
Soon she spied the young man, and said to him: "My grandchild, where did you come from and whither are you bound?"