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    Could you imagine having to suffer the way that Anne Frank did during the Holocaust? Well, The Diary of A Young Girl is a book about a girl and her family are forced to go into hiding in a secret Annex because Hitler and the Nazi army are treating Jews poorly and even killing them for their religion. The social issues in The Diary of A Young Girl are that they are discriminated because they are Jews and Hitler hates them. The first part of Hitler’s plan was that he starting was discriminating Jews. He did this by making them wear a Star of David around everywhere they go. On page 4 Anne says that they have to wear a yellow star or Star of David. Also there were many laws saying that Jews were not allowed to do certain things. For example…

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    When one thinks of the memoir Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, one would often picture Anne Frank and the horrific tragedies of the Holocaust. A lesser known name such as Miep, Gies, however, is one that we should also remember. Miep Gies is a Christian woman who risks her life for two years helping to illegally hide those residing in the “Secret Annex”, namely Anne Frank. Her sacrifices for these Jewish families allows them to safely lead out their lives as chaos unfolds throughout…

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    People all around the world judge others for being different than them. People might not do anything or others could go do something about it. People have always been violent but people who are violent just because someone is a different color,race, or religion. But what happens when a whole race is hated just because they are themselves. Having a positive attitude is the best response to conflict, especially in time of war. The Jewish people stayed positive in their time of hardship, like Anne…

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    the country. Anne Frank showed spunk, bravery, and intelligence throughout her young life. She loved her father more than any other member in her family and called him Pim. She often felt jealous of her “perfect” sister Margot and her relationship with Mother. Anne felt that her Mother always took Margot’s side in any and every argument they had. Margot and Mother acted very much alike and understood one another very well. This caused great tension between the three of them since Mother never…

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    The author of The Diary of A Young Girl is an adolescent Jewish girl named Anne Frank. Despite her many friends and “strings of boy friends”, she feels lonely and believes she does not have a true friend who she can share her feelings with. She writes, “I don’t seem to lack anything. But it’s the same with all my friends, just fun and joking, nothing more” (Frank 3). Anne Frank is quick-witted and talkative, which can get her into trouble sometimes. Because of her outspoken and loud personality,…

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    Anne Frank: Knowing a Girl Through her Diary Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl is about her struggle to find her identity-not only as a teenage girl, but as a Dutch Jew who would eventually be persecuted for her faith. Anne Frank’s development from a giddy preteen into an introspective mature young woman as a result of being trapped as her religion is extraordinary. Anne Frank’s conflicts are rooted in her being trapped as a result of her religion. Her conflict begins once her father Otto…

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    The Diary of A Young Girl contains journal entries written by a thirteen year old named Anne Frank. Anne Frank is a Jewish girl that is given a diary on her thirteenth birthday. Her first entry dates back to June 12th, 1942. (1) She writes about boys, friends, grades, and daily thoughts. (5-18) Her sister, Margot Frank, receives a call up for a German Work camp. A day after, Anne and her family go into hiding. Together, she hides with seven other people in the “Secret Annex.” (21-30) During the…

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    Diary Of A Young Girl

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    Anne Frank from the diary, “Diary of a Young Girl” goes through many changes as the diary progresses. The approximate stage of development that Anne fits into is “Early Adolescence (approximately 11-13 years of age). “Some physical developments of Anne are that she develops breasts and hips, and she begins menstruating. On page 130 Anne states, “I think what is happening to me is so wonderful, and not only what can be seen on my body, but all that is taking place inside.” This shows that Anne…

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    "Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person 's character lies in their own hands." - Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl, (260). From the beginning of a child 's life, their responsibilities as parents or guardians are to show them right and wrong. How the parents or guardians act directly affects how the child acts. Years pass, and many monkey-see-monkey-do 's later, that child, now a young adult is ready to start making choices…

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    Anne Frank

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    Anne Frank, the author of “The Diary of a Young Girl”, was 13 years old when she started to write her diary. Annelies Marie Frank was born into the family with the parents, Otto and Edith Frank on June 12, 1929 in the ancient city of Frankfurt, Germany. Sadly, because of the family being sent away to the camps, Anne died at the age of 16 at Lower Saxony, Germany. The purpose of writing “The Diary of a Young Girl” was to inform about how life was about 75 years ago. Some historical sides to this…

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