Martha Bernays: Sigi you must understand: Mama will not countenance this marriage unless you learn the wedding ceremony, and the proper responses in Hebrew.
[Irked sigh from Freud]
Martha Bernays: Eli will teach you.
Dr. Sigmund Freud: I'll say them in Sanskrit if that's what you require.
Martha Bernays: [Amused] In Hebrew; and with a straight face.
Dr. Sigmund Freud: [Recites Hebrew prayer and then a slight pause] I've already learned it.
Baroness von Lieben: Strange. I dreamt I was a statue last night. I'd forgotten: A statue of the Madonna; a plaster statue by the roadside.
Dr. Sigmund Freud: If you'll permit me, Baroness.
Baroness von Lieben: And the Emperor rode by; he had my father's face. He raised his hat and I heard him say. "Hail, Diana the huntress!"
Baroness von Lieben: Oh, it made me laugh to think of it when I woke up. And yet there was something in his tone; he had my father's voice: Deliberate, mocking; as if there was some meaning in the way he said it. 'Diana' Die... Anna.
[matter of factly]
Baroness von Lieben: My name is Anna.