And today not a man has come to work. Wehear the chimes and then a hymn being played on the carillon outside. The curtain falls on the scene. It was you, and all the time we thought it was the rats! Did you ever see my husband? Why is setting an integral part of this play? She eats it slowly, without relish. She can't stand it anymore, so she yells at him. For the past two years we have lived in fear. What a lovely, lovely day! She holds it up to herself,studying the effect in the mirror.
When I say I must protect the children, I mean Peter too. He was stealing the bread! I think the world may be going through a phase,the way I was with Mother. Have you seen him anywhere around? I have to stand there and take it. I know this willnever happen again, will it, Mr. Their eyes are allon him as he stands there for a minute.
The sisters studied in good school and they had Catholic, Protestant and Jewish friend. I used to take it all forgranted. It is an important scene in the play as it is a major turning point. Then may I ask you this much, Anne. Is it possible that you knew my wife? Anne has terrible nightmares while in hiding, not Margot. Pay him what he asks.
Thinkof the thousands dying in the war, every day. We may have lost track of the days. Isthere anything lovelier than to sit under the skylight and feel the sun on your cheeks and have adarling boy in your arms? What are they paying nowadays? She stands before the mirror in her slip, trying various waysof dressing her hair. The sound of a telephone ringing comes from the office below. We hear the heavy tread of footsteps coming up. He hurries over, getting his overcoat and putting it on.
Our stomachs are so empty that they rumble andmake strange noises, all in different keys. After two years of beingshut up in these rooms, she could be out. In September we were told that we were to be shipped to Poland. Frank changed from the first scene of the play? Do you ever getover there. Putti, what are you going to do? Concentration camps were places of horror where Jewish people were used as slave labor.
He rushes back upstairs at the first time possible and bolts the door behind him at the end of the scene the two families join in sing a Hanukkah song as this calms everyone down again and all tension has gone. The play is based on the Diary of Anne Frank. In drama, the setting is usually revealed by the stage set and costumes. I hardly ever get aminute alone. The Franks and the Van Daans have been in hiding for 6 months and are performing there ritual Hanukkah, then they hear a noise downstairs everyone slips there shoes off and, Peter goes to switch the light off but in the process trips over a chair and makes a racket ,the person downstairs is scared and rushes off. Do you really mean it? The men to one camp.
Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. How do the relationships differ? Dussel is getting hysterical, thinking it's a signal from Miep. He said he thought he remembered a doorthere. Frank, Margot, Anne, Peter, Mrs. Think of the people in concentration camps. Make up your mind, already someone has had a nice big dinner from that cat! Listen for the chimes, Anne dear. The setting of a literary work is the time and place in which it happens.
With my hope for peace in the NewYear. You can have it any way you like. We expect it to make a noise, and it does. Everyone but Margot is in the main room. After a second the curtain rises. Friday, and not a man at work.
Theymurmur their good nights to her. He gives her a glass of pop and, taking some for himself, sits down facing her. In January we were freed, the few of us who were left. Did you hear what I said? She gets her purse from ashelf and comes back with it. You with the diary there.
I think of myself as your friend. Where the jonquils and the crocuses and the violets grow down the slopes. When I got back, the block was surrounded by police. Van Daan hurrying to him. Kraler is in the hospital.