TRUE to her resolve, Helène called the next morning at the “Agentur für Gouvernanten,” the address of which she found in a directory at the hotel. The experience was a disappointing one. The official gave her a form to fill out for her name, address, accomplishments and references. The registration fee was six marks, payable in advance.
As she had no references to give, since she did not wish any of her friends to know where she was, she filled in the form without the references.
Helène began to realize that finding a situation