Title Page; Copyright Page; History; Characters; Production Notes; A Brief Historical Note; PART ONE; Prologue: Evening Meal in a Windstorm; Scene One: Love Scene with Lemon; Scene Two: All Day in the Rain; First Interruption: The Small Voice (Letter to the President); Scene Three: Late Night Struggles on Towards Dawn; Scene Three A: Die Alte (The Old One); Scene Four: Cold and Brutal but Exact and True; Scene Five: Fingerspitzengefuhl (Fingertip Feeling); Scene Five A: It Takes Three Invitations; Scene Six: Demonology; Scene Seven: Scenes from the Life
Scene Seven: Scenes from the Life
Second PartScene Eight: Ich Habe Eine Neue Giftsuppe Gekocht (I Made a New Poison Soup); Second Interruption: The Politics of Paranoia; Scene Nine: Love Scene Without Lemon; Scene Ten: The Rent; Scene Eleven: Oranges; Scene Twelve: Furcht Und Elend (Fear and Misery); Third Interruption: German Lessons; Scene Thirteen: Welcome; PART TWO; Fourth Interruptoin: Memories of You; Scene Fourteen: Der Mensch Ist Nicht Gut
Sondern Ein Vieh! (Man Isn't Good
He's Disgusting!); FIfth Interruption: Night Bats; Scene Fifteen: Further Demonological Explorations.
Scene Sixteen: Keep You Keep You I Am Gone Oh Keep You In My MemoryScene Seventeen: Hic Domus Dei Est Et Portae Coelis (This is the House of God, and These Are the Gates of Heaven); Sixth Interruption: From the Book; Scene Eighteen: Berliner Schnause (Berlin Lip); Seventh Interruption: Epitaph; Scene Nineteen: Der Wildgewordene Kleinburger (The Petit-Bourgeois Run Amok); Scene Twenty: An Acid Morning Light; Scene Twenty One: Love Scene Without. . .; Scene Twenty Two: Hands; Scene Twenty Three: Revelations and Farewells; Scene Twenty Four: All That Was Fat and Bright is Perished From You.
Scene Twenty Five: The Green FrontEpilogue; APPENDIX: Zillah Iterruptions, New York Shakespeare Festival Version; AFTERWORD.
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America comes this powerful portrayal of individual dissolution and resolution in the face of political catastrophe. & ldquo; It & rsquo; s brash, audacious and ... intoxicatingly visionary. & rdquo; & mdash; Sid Smith, Chicago Tribune.