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Anne Frank Character Traits

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N. Patterson

on 19 November 2012

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Transcript of Anne Frank Character Traits

Anne Frank Character Traits Anne was Anne was Anne was Talkative Talkative Optimistic Caring Background Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Germany. In 1933 her and her family moved to get away from the growing Nazi Party. On her 13th birthday Anne was given a Diary, and she started recording her life. A short time after that her family went into hiding. For 2 years she lived in a secret part of her fathers office building called the "Secret Annexe". In her diary Anne recorded all about her life in the Secret Annexe. The diary was left when Anne and her family were caught and taken to a concentration camp, where she later died of Typhus "Mr. Keptor, the old math master, was very annoyed with me for a long time because I chatter so much" (6). Talkative "' Anne, as a punishment for talking, will do a composition entitled Quack, quack, quack, says Mrs. Natterbeak.'" (7). Talkative "...I chatter the whole morning, any nonsense that comes to my head..." (259). Optimistic "Now i am getting really hopeful..." (264). Optimistic "Perhaps, Margot says, I may yet be able to go back to school in September or October" (245). Optimistic "Super news of the invasion" (246). Caring "Granny died in January 1942; no one will ever know how much she is present in my thoughts and how much I still love her" (4). Caring "There was one pound of meat in the kitchen for the cat..." (15). Caring "If only I could help her" (119). In school Anne was always talking. Anne would having to write papers about talking because she talked so much. Anne would talk just for the fun of it. Even being in hiding, Anne would always keep hope. After D-day, everyday Anne would hope to be freed. Anne and her family always keep up with the news about the invasion from the Allied forces. Anne had extreme love for her Grandma, even after she died. Anne left food for her cat when she left to go to the secret annexe. Anne thought about her friends and only wanted to help them. Works Cited 13-year-old Anne Frank. Digital image. Scrapbook Pages. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2012.
<http://www.scrapbookbookpages.com/AnneFrank>. Frank, Anne. Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl. New York: Bantam, 1993. Print.
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