Helms lives on the street side and Krakau on the side nearest the courtyard.
Krakau sits next to him working out a problem on a chess board.
He had formerly been teaching Hebrew in Krakau, and from thence came to Knigsberg.
They wanted some one else, but I said: "No, let's ask Krakau; it will please him."
At last so high were they that cities appeared like flies and Krakau with its mighty turrets like two spiders.
The stove is on Krakau's side, but by way of compensation Helms has an upholstered arm chair with a tall back.
Helms' side is conspicuously ill kept and in disorder; Krakau's side is spick and span.
On our return from Praga, a deputation from the Hebrew congregation of Krakau was introduced.