A summary of anne franks diary
Dussel an elderly dentist moves in, and Anne has to share her bedroom with him. Before long, they were joined by four more people.
At the same time, she grows further and further away from the other members of the Annex. Whether or not the alarms and fears of a burglary which they occasionally experience are genuine or imagined, real terror is struck into the hearts of everyone, causing them all to cower in dread, trying to keep quiet.
She thinks everyone hates her. Upon arrival at Auschwitz, Nazi doctors checked to see who would and who would not be able to do heavy forced labour.
This first year of Anne's diary has been eventful, to put it mildly. Anne refuses her mother's request.
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Ultimately, it was only to Kitty that she entrusted her innermost thoughts. It is sometimes painful to read these intimate confessions. The third existing volume which was also a school exercise book contains entries from April 17 to August 1, , when Anne wrote for the last time before her arrest. Since the group is in the habit of using the offices downstairs in order to listen to the radio there, or go to the bathroom after the office and warehouse staff have gone home, they are more exposed to being discovered than if they had remained in their hiding place, behind the false bookcase, all the time. At one point, she thinks it might have been better if she and her family had all died instead of hiding in the Annex. It is only that I long for Daddy's real love: not only as his child, but for me — Anne, myself" November 7, Anne also confronts her own identity. The little diagram of the office building and "Secret Annex" in the Thursday, July 9, entry gives us the layout. Barbara Mooyaart-Doubleday was contracted by Vallentine Mitchell in England, and by the end of the following year, her translation was submitted, now including the deleted passages at Otto Frank's request. Her father lost his company, since Jews were no longer allowed to run their own businesses. As Jews in German-occupied Holland, the Frank family fears for their lives. Very perceptively, Anne describes the Van Daans' foibles and quirks. They were kept safe, and given to Otto Frank after the war, with the original notes, when Anne's death was confirmed in the spring of He took advantage of the rampant antisemitic sentiments in Germany.
Anne, Margot and their mother were sent to the labour camp for women.
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