DAF Project - Act two, Scene 5

DAF Project - Act two, Scene 5
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  • Act two, Scene 5
  • No more.
  • Act two, Scene 5
  • I’d gone to the country to find food. When I got back, the block was surrounded by police . . .
  • Act two, Scene 5
  • We made it our business to learn how they knew. It was the thief . . . the thief who told them.
  • It is the afternoon in November, 1945. The rooms are as we saw them in the first scene. Mr. Kraler has joined Miep and Mr. Frank. There are coffee cups on the table. We see a great change in Mr. Frank. He is calm now. His bitterness is gone. He slowly turns a few pages of the diary. They are blank.
  • Act two, Scene 5
  • It seems strange to say this, that anyone could be happy in a concentration camp. But Anne was happy in the camp in Holland where they first took us. After two years of being shut up in these rooms, she could be out . . . out in the sunshine and the fresh air that she loved.
  • Act two, Scene 5
  • A little more., Mr. Frank?
  • Act two, Scene 5
  • The news of the war was good. The British and Americans were sweeping through France. We felt sure that they would get to us in time. In September we were told that we were to be shipped to Poland . . . The men to one camp. The women to another. I was sent to Auschwitz. They went to Belsen. In January we were freed, the few of us who were left. The war wasn’t yet over, so it took us a long time to get home. We’d be sent here and there behind the lines where we’d be safe. Each time our train would stop . . . at a siding, or a crossing . . . we’d all get out and go from group to group . . . Where were you? Were you at Belsen? At Buchenwald? At Mauthausen? Is it possible that you knew my wife? Did you ever see my husband? My son? My daughter? That’s how I found out about my wife’s death . . . of Margot, the Van Daans . . . Dussel. But Anne . . . I still hoped . . . Yesterday I went to Rotterdam. I’d heard of a woman there . . . She’d been in Belsen with Anne . . . I know now.
  • Miep goes to the gas burner and brings back a pot of coffee.
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