The fifteenth-century Florentine friar Roberto Caracciolo identifies three aspects of the Annunciation: the Angelic Mission, the Angelic Salutation and the Angelic Colloquy, and others have followed him in discussing the five successive 'laudable conditions of the virgin', stages of the event depicted in pre-Renaissance and Renaissance art. The author's positive imagining of the malignant tumour, and especially his aversion to displaced conversations about childbirth, is long-standing attraction to the scene of the Annunciation in Western art.
In this chapter, the author, through a family history, speaks of how forced exile persists through generations. From Claude Levy's own narrative in the film,The Jewish Cemetery - the Last Jews of Wasgau, and from an article about him in another German newspaper, Die Rheinpfalz, she learned a few new things about the family. The German television channel OKTV Südwestpfalz livestreamed this film by the American filmmaker Peter Blystone. The film focuses on small German towns and gives an account of what happened to the Jews there after the Nazi accession to power in January 1933.