An Anthology of Contemporary Belgian Plays, 1970-1982

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THE LIFE AND WORKS OF LEOPOLD II
(Het leven en de werken van Leopold II)

Twenty-Nine Scenes from Belgian Antiquity
( 1970)

Translated by David Willinger and
Luk Truyts

-104-

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An Anthology of Contemporary Belgian Plays, 1970-1982
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents iii
  • Preface v
  • Belgium, a Country with Two Faces 1
  • The Contemporary Flemish Theatre Scene 6
  • The Contemporary Flemish Theatre Scene 11
  • Back Home (thuis) 14
  • Act One 16
  • Act One 16
  • Scene II 23
  • Scene III 33
  • Scene IV 35
  • Scene V 40
  • Scene VI 43
  • Scene VII 49
  • Act Two 52
  • Act Two 52
  • Scene II 59
  • Scene III 64
  • Scene IV 68
  • Act Three 79
  • Scene II 83
  • Scene III 87
  • Scene IV 96
  • Scene V 101
  • The Life and Works of Leopold II (het Leven En De Werken Van Leopold Ii) 104
  • Scene I 106
  • Scene II 110
  • Scene III 113
  • Scene IV 116
  • Scene V 120
  • Scene VI 123
  • Scene VII 129
  • Scene VIII 130
  • Scene IX 131
  • Scene X 134
  • Scene XI 134
  • Scene XII 135
  • Scene XIII 137
  • Scene XIV 139
  • Scene XV 142
  • Scene XVI 144
  • Scene XVII 147
  • Scene XVIII 149
  • Scene XIX 151
  • Scene XX 152
  • Scene XXI 158
  • Scene XXII 161
  • Scene XXIII 163
  • Scene XXIV 164
  • Scene XXV 166
  • Scene XXVI 169
  • Scene XXVII 174
  • Scene XXVIII 177
  • Scene XXIX 180
  • Lucienne Stassaert 187
  • Could Be (best Mogelijk) a Play in Four Scenes (1974) 188
  • Scene I 190
  • Scene II 197
  • Scene III 206
  • Scene IV 216
  • Ivo Van Hove 228
  • Rumors (geruchten) 231
  • Scene I 233
  • Scene II 233
  • Scene III 233
  • Scene IV 236
  • Scene V 236
  • Scene VI 237
  • Scene VII 238
  • Scene VIII 239
  • Scene IX 240
  • Scene X 240
  • Scene XI 243
  • Scene XII 243
  • Scene XIII 244
  • Scene XIV 246
  • Scene XV 246
  • Scene XVI 247
  • Scene XVII 248
  • Scene XVIII 256
  • Scene XIX 257
  • Scene XX 258
  • Disease Germs (ziektekiemen) 260
  • Scene I 262
  • Scene II 263
  • Scene III 263
  • Scene IV 268
  • Scene V 273
  • Scene VI 273
  • Scene VII 274
  • Scene VIII 278
  • Scene IX 278
  • Scene X 279
  • Scene XI 279
  • Scene XII 282
  • Scene XIII 284
  • Scene XIV 284
  • Scene XV 288
  • The Current Situation of the French-Language Theatre of Belgium 291
  • The Current Situation of the French-Language Theatre of Belgium 296
  • Jim the Lionhearted (jim Le Téméraire) - A Play in Two Parts (1974) 299
  • Scene I 303
  • Scene II Jim and Hitler 328
  • Scene II Jim and Hitler 332
  • Scene V 358
  • Black Scene VI Hitler, Jim, Himmler, Heydrich, and Morell 376
  • Scene VII Hitler, Eva, Jim, Himmler, Heydrich, and Morell 384
  • Scene VIII Hitler, Jim, Himmler, Morell, Heydrich, Now Ohlendorf 392
  • Scene IX Hitler, Jim, Eva, and Ohlendorf 405
  • Dave on the Beach (dave Au Bord Du Mer) (1975) 416
  • Jean Louvet 531
  • The Furnishings (l'Aménagement) (1972) 575
  • Scene I 577
  • Scene II 584
  • Scene III 588
  • Scene IV 594
  • Scene V 606
  • Scene VI 628
  • Scene VII 641
  • Scene VIII 649
  • Jean Sigrid 657
  • The Hitch-Hiker (l'Auto-Stoppeur) 659
  • Scene I 661
  • Scene II 668
  • Scene III 672
  • Scene IV 678
  • Scence I 686
  • Scene II 693
  • Scene III 700
  • Scene IV 708
  • Scene V 716
  • Scene VI 718
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