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  • Anne Frank Essay

    In our day and age, many people live negative lives, but Anne Frank was not one of those people. Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager at the times of the Holocaust, and although she was sent to a concentration camp at the age of 15, she was very positive and always tried to see the best in everyone. Her character could be seen through her speech, actions, and interaction with others. One of Anne’s most famous quotes, “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart,” shows that she was an accepting person. Anne liked to believe that no one was bad, and maybe they had some of the same or similar problems she has. Through it all, Anne became a huge inspiration for many because of this very quote. Anne knew things about…

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  • The Differences Of Anne Frank

    Anne Frank is a young girl who is secluded from the outside world within a hiding place her family and her take refuge in to escape the Nazis. Etty Hillesum is a young woman who lives alone and is also in danger of meeting an unfortunate fate at the hands of the Nazis, yet she does not live in isolation. Despite the fact that the two are both forced to endure the hardships of World War 2, their circumstances cause distinct differences between them, including their personalities and tones but…

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  • Anne Frank Diary Essay

    book was a diary that was about the life of a young girl named Anne Frank. On Anne Frank thirteenth birthday her parents gave her a diary where she would confide all her secret thoughts. Anne Frank was a Jewish girl who family was in danger, so they went into hiding during the World War II in a little section of Anne's father office building. For two years, eight people lived in the Secret Annex. The eight people were Anne, Edith, Otto, and Margot Frank, along with the Frank family was Hermann…

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  • Character Traits Of Anne Frank

    Anne Frank was a Jewish girl who lived during the mid 1900’s. Due to her religion, her family was a prime target of Hitler who was the current dictator of Germany. Once Hitler had invaded the Netherlands Anne had to go into hiding with her family because they feared for their safety. The new home that they were forced to adapt to was the secret annex and they had spent two years there. During this two year time period Anne lived in fear and was in danger every second of her life. She still…

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  • Anne Frank Movie Analysis

    Diary of Anne Frank : Movie V.S. Play Last week, our class viewed the Anne Frank movie, shortly after finishing reading the play. Anne Frank was and still is one of the most famous victims of the Holocaust, a dark and bleak time in human history. Many people know of her time spent in the “Annex”, the attic above her father’s office. But many people don’t know of her life before, or maybe even after she was arrested from the Annex. The last week, we studied the life of this young girl in form…

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  • Informative Essay On Anne Frank

    alone and no one is there for you, what do you do? Annelies Marie Frank was a young jewish girl who lived during the Holocaust. Anne hid from what she knew about the nazis, she hid to stay alive, but she hid from everything on the outside world. Anne's father Otto, was a german himself, when the holocaust started his friends he worked with hid his family, him, along with 3 other jews (Anne Pg. 10). Annelies Frank was a jew who hid over fear of getting caught, a young girl lost her family and…

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  • Diary Of Anne Frank Essay

    The Diary of a Young Girl / Anne Frank Anne Frank possesses a multitude of traits that prove her adequacy of being a best friend. For example, Frank acquires a remarkably positive outlook on life, which is undoubtedly a valuable trait to have in a friend. Frank writes in her diary, "I can't keep that up, if I'm watched to that extent, I start by getting snappy, then unhappy, and finally I twist my heart round again, so that the bad is on the outside and the good is on the inside and keep…

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  • The Life Of Jews In The Diary Of Anne Frank

    waits in fear that everyone in the annex could found. That is what Anne Frank has had to go through. In The Diary of Anne Frank, Anne and the other seven hide in an annex above a warehouse. They hid for their lives, because they were Jewish. As Hitler came into power, he restricted Jews and invaded other countries. Due to this, World War ll had started. He ruined the lives of Jews and many other innocent people, caused more than eleven million people to be killed because he had a bias opinion…

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  • Bergen-Belsen By Anne Frank Analysis

    really good at heart" (Goodrich and Hackett 512). Anne Frank said this before being taken away to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Throughout Anne’s diary, she constantly writes about the positive aspects of her situation and of the people around her. Despite having faced tons of prejudice and discrimination, Anne kept a positive attitude which helped her cope with her emotions. Optimism is the key to dealing with conflict. Many people claim that positivity makes people unable to solve…

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  • Anne Frank Legacy

    1944, just one hundred eleven days before she was taken captive by the Nazis, Anne Frank wrote, “I want to go on living even after my death! And that 's why I 'm so grateful to God for having given me this gift, which I can use to develop myself and to express all that 's inside me” (Frank 249, 251). Anne’s hope was that she could create her own legacy through her writing. Anne Frank enlightens the world through her wisdom, though she never knew her work was published. Anne Frank inspires many…

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