Essay about Diary of Anne Frank

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Anne Frank: Diary of a young Girl

“The Diary of a young girl” is an autobiographical novel written Anne Frank which details her experiences during the time of Nazi revolution. The book was conceived right after Anne received a diary as a birthday gift from her father, Otto Frank. Being the main character, Anne displays a spirit of endurance which is exemplified throughout the text. In deed endurance serves as a unique human spirit as characterized by Anne Frank, whereby she is able to endure the challenges that she faced in her childhood life (Frank 2).

Focusing on this Diary written be Anne Frank, it posses a picture of Endurance as her strong human spirit, through the revulsion of Holocaust. Some of the quotes portrayed in her
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Anne was never a friendly child from the beginning of the Diary and thus, she suffers a rough moment living with Adults with whom she faces numerous differences. She therefore, had to endure the frequent confrontations and criticisms, pertaining to her personal conduct but considering her personality, she opted to keep all to herself. Anne is also seen not to get along with her mother, who as compared to his Dad, she says that her mother seems not to understand her and keeps comparing her with her other sisters. Thus, Anne endures the fight paused to her by her mother regarding the Sibling Rivalry. Additionally, she also finds it very challenging living with Mrs. Van Daan, where she says that her relationship with her keeps on fluctuating from them being friends to being antagonistic in most of their time together. Anne’s’ life seems to be even more complex in the quarters where she is always at odds with her roommate Mr. Dussel. Regardless all these clashes with the numerous personalities at the quarters, she manages to endure them all and manages to alter to her predicaments (Frank 9)

Even though Ann spends a lot of her moment seeing a lot of persecution and even death in the Annexe quarters, Ann sticks on his strong human spirit of endurance and avoids with all ways getting depressed and goes on to make his writings as if the catastrophes surrounding her were just a part of an awful dream that would disappear soon. Anne and the family had

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