Her sister, Magda, is quarantined after catching tuberculosis aboard their cramped vessel, and her aunt is nowhere to be found.
He once said actress Magda Szubanski, who is of Polish descent, should lose weight by visiting a concentration camp.
Because, you see, this letter—asking me to go back to Magda—is written under a misapprehension.
He writes to his parents asking their consent to his marriage with Magda.
He remained silent, and Magda sat with her bent head, fingering the stem of her wine-glass restlessly.
He and Magda have not met since their Berlin days and he does not know there was a child.
Ah, to duty they had bid farewell, the lady remarked softly, as she busied herself in decking Magda's hat with flowers.
There has been no communication between Magda and her family in the ten years.
When Magda and she went into the sitting-room with the dish, Tande was not there.
The love affair which Magda fled from seemed to her conventional.