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Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl

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Jessica Mirocha

on 11 October 2012

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Were the Thoughts of Anne Frank too Advandced for the Young Children of Today? Banned..Why? The book should be banned from elementary schools in the United States due to its content. Most children in elementary schools and even into the early months of middle school are oblivious to homosexual ideas and puberty. Their minds are innocent and are not ready for introduction to these advanced topics. Works Cited Marshall University Libraries, "Banned Book Week." Marshall.edu. Web. 9 Oct. 2012.

SparkNotes , ed. “Diary of a Young Girl.” SparkNotes. Web. 10 Oct. 2012.

TreasuryIslands, "Bans and Challenges: Spurious Charges." Wordpress. Web. 9 Oct. 2012.

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CC image retrieved from <www.prezi.com> Is it banned or challenged? Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl Summary In Lebanon, this book has been, and continues to be a banned book since 1947.
Also, in various states in America, the book has been temporarily banned from elementary schools, but in most cases, it has been brought back. By: Jessica Mirocha My View In the book, the juvenile 13 year old girl
describes personal things like feminine body parts and her thoughts and feelings about them. She also poses thoughts that include homosexual themes. Her diary also talks about the Nazi regime. The first entry in the diary was in 1942. Anne talked about common things that she did everyday. She was a typical 13 year old girl that expressed her feelings about most things. The Frank's were Jews so they had to move from Germany to the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, they hid in an annex so that they would not be caught by the German Soldiers and taken to a concentration camp.
Throughout the book, Anne describes her feelings of love toward her mother, and of the physical beauty she thought her sister had. She also had matured in her writings. She expressed her feelings about feminine problems that she was experiencing. The first entry that was made in Anne Frank 's diary was in 1942. In the beginning of the diary, the topics that she wrote about were very common with girls around her age, and the diary seemed appropriate. She described her family, and how they had to leave Germany during the Holocaust due to the fact that they were Jews. She also described the love that she had for her mother, and she described how gorgeous she thought her sister was. She wrote about her feelings towards a boy from another family that lived in the annex where she was staying. As Anne matured, so did her topic of writing. She began to question herself and who she was as a person. She also began to get deeper in her descriptions on what was happening in her body as she was becoming a woman. Anne lived in the annex for 2 years, and she wrote everyday. Then on August 1st 1944, she wrote her last entry, and on August 4th, 1944 Anne and her family were taken into Nazi custody. Summary
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