Anne Frank Diary Analysis

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The Diary of a Young Girl (The Diary of Anne Frank) is one of the most shocking testimonies about anti-Semitism during the II. World War. A little girl Anne Frank received a diary on her 13. birthday and from the twelfth of June, 1942 until the first of August, 1944 she wrote down all of her experiences. After being published, her diary was used as a base for many plays and movies.
Anne Frank was a happy and chatty girl that celebrated her thirteenth birthday on June the twelfth, 1942. As a gift, she got a diary, and there begins the story that shocked the world. She decided to write down her thoughts and feeling in the diary because she did not have a real friend to share them with.
Genre: diary
Time and place: Netherlands, Twelfth of June,
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She found that person in Peter. The more time they spent together, the bigger her opinion about him got. She wrote down in her diary that she was afraid of boring him out that what was happening was the exact opposite. Peter loved her, and a young love was born. Neither of them was sure of his emotions, but they were sure it wasn’t friendship anymore.
Anne’s diary ends with the first of August, 1944 when she sends a letter to Kitty. She writes about her contradictory nature and a happy, chatty and cheerful girl. She emphasizes that there is a different and better Anne that almost nobody knows and that is why everyone finds her way more unbearable than she is.
The fourth of August was the day the police arrested the inhabitants of the shelter, including some of her father’s co-workers who helped, them and took them to concentration camps. Anne died in one of them of typhus in 1945.
Characters: Anne, Peter, Annes parents, Mister and Miss Van Daan, Albert Dussel
Anne Frank Biography
Annelies Marie Frank was born on June 12, 1929, and she died of typhus in a concentration camp Bergen-Belsen in

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