“The Diary Of A Young Girl”-
The nonfiction book “The Diary of a Young Girl” by Anne Frank is an autobiography written in the form of a diary. I personally found Anne to be an independent, passionate and determined young girl. Anne wrote her diary from 12th June 1942 till 1st August 1944 during World War Two. This diary shows us a picture of hope at time when the world was turned upside down. It lets us see into a time when the Jewish people suffered and had to live their lives in fear. I found Anne to be extremely independent. I believe she was independent because other people didn’t understand her. She also has strong opinions and can’t be swayed by other people’s ideas so it would be hard for her to be dependent on others who she did not agree with. For example she wrote a letter to her father on the 5th May 1994.This letter included several points regarding her independence such as, “I’ve struggled long and hard and shed many tears to become as independent as I am now. You can laugh and refuse to believe me, but I don’t care. I know I’m an independent person, and I don’t feel I need to account to you for my actions.” This letter upset her father which shows us that independence is a good trait but sometimes you do need somebody to depend on. I admired how passionate Anne was. I found her passionate because she knows what she wants in life and tries hard to achieve her goals and she also has a clear mind and speaks with emotion and passion. For example she rewrites her diary because she wants to become an author and she also writes many short stories to practise her skills. She also shows passion in her diary writing, for example when she writes about her feelings about the annex, she writes “feel like a songbird whose wings have been ripped off and who keeps hurling itself against the bars of its dark cage”. I believe that Anne shows us that if you really want something in life you should work hard to get it. I also noticed how Anne was...
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