Anne Frank: the diary of a young girl
Non-fiction books capture types of emotions, and situations, that even the most successful fictional books ca not capture. Non-fiction books can capture a surprising and challenging representation of life itself and in different views. In the Diary of Anne Frank, by Anne Frank shows the challenging and surprising life during world war II, for not only a Jewish refugee under stress, but also going through the stresses of a teenage girl. This book shows how even a person going through the most challenging times of their life can surprise themselves and others to keep everything positive.
Anne was Jewish, she is very fun and perky, she had just turned thirteen. For her birthday her dad gave her a journal, she writes in it every day and tells it everything that happened throughout the day. She thinks of the journal as her friend so she named it Kitty. The first few entries give a description of her early life. She was born in Frankfurt, Germany, her family had to move to Holland to escape Hitler. The challenges for the Jewish people are they had to follow a lot of different rules, though Anne just tries to make the best of these situations. These are all examples on how challenging her life is, as a Jewish woman, and with the already problems of being a teenage girl.
The family had to go into hiding on July 9, Anne's sister was being sent to work in a concentration camp on July 16. Her father had made the decision to go into hiding instead of letting their little girl get sent to a concentration camp. Anne draws a sketch of the building it is very small and cramped. There is a secret room for hiding, Anne Frank’s representation of the building shows how much of a inconvenience this is for her. Anne can not even understand how much danger her family is in. The Van Daan’s another Jewish family in need, join them in their Annex they have a shy quiet son that is 15. Living in small place is becoming more difficult everyone is...
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