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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

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Shelly Thompson

on 9 March 2014

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Transcript of Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

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It's not easy being a teenager going through puberty...but when you throw in living in close quarters with strangers you have a recipe for disaster. Much of Anne's Diary is filled with her frustrations over all the arguing and blame, with no where to run and hide from it all. Anne's mother, Mrs. Van Daan and Mr. Dussel are usually the main suspects.
Too Close For Comfort
Anne's Sister Margot
Anne loves her older sister but also feels like her parents and especially her mother favors Margot. She loves Margot but has a hard time feeling close to her.
Nature and Freedom were linked hand in hand for Anne
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"The sun is shining, the sky is deep blue, there's a magnificent breeze, and I'm longing-really longing-for everything: conversation, freedom, friends, being alone...." Anne Frank
Peter Van Daan
From just a boring stranger, to her first kiss, Anne's opinions about Peter kept changing.
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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl
Dear Kitty,
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As with any preteen girl Anne's relationship with her parents and especially her mother was a bit strained at times, especially with such tight quarters.
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“But I want to achieve more than that. I can't imagine having to live like Mother, Mrs. Van Daan and all the women who go about their work and are then forgotten. I need to have something besides a husband and children to devote myself to! I don't want to have lived in vain like most people.” Anne Frank p.197
"Pim" Anne's Father
“I hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.”Anne Frank
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"nothing's worse than being caught" Anne Frank
Anne Frank dies in a concentration camp soon after her sister Margot dies in March 1945.
"I adore Daddy. He is the one that I look up to. I don't love anyone in the world but him...pg. 44

I cling to Daddy because it is only through him that I am able to retain the remnant of family feeling. p. 45. Anne Frank'
Anne had a very strained relationship with her mother in fact she describes her relathionship with her mother like this:
"Mummy and her failings are something I find harder to bear than anything else...We are exact opposites in everything, ...I have in my mind's eye a perfect image of what a mother and wife should be, and in her in whom I must call "Mother" I find no trace of that image....I want to see only the good side of her...but it doesn't work. p. 45
Anne was determined to be different from her mother's examples and even wanted to have a career like her father.
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p. 22 .."A rather soft, shy, gawky youth; can't expect much from his company."

p. 160 ..".Peter, who is beloved and good, and for whom I long desperately."

p. 210 "Remember yesterday's date, for it is a very important day in my life. Surely it is a great day for every girl when she receives her first kiss."

p. 249 " Sometimes I think that my terrible longing for him {peter} was exaggerated..."

Anne felt very misunderstood, feeling like no one took her seriously. Like she had two sides to her personality, a serious good side and then the side that everyone else sees.

Anne felt really alone even though she was crowed by people. She felt a growing need for independence.

"independent of my parents,...my feeling of justice is immovable..I know what I want, I have a goal, an opinion, I have a religion and love. Let me be myself and then I am satisfied. I know that I'm a woman, a woman with inward strength and plenty of courage" p. 208
Her father had her diary published in hopes that history would never be repeated.
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As time in the Secret Annexe neared it's end even her relationship with her father began to wear thin after he suggested that she needed to cool things down with Peter.
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