Dear Anne Frank,
Your diary made a prodigious impact on a numerous amount of people, including myself. It is ludicrous that the martinet, Adolf Hitler, would do something so truculent like that. It is a good thing that him and his followers were ostracized from society. The diary you kept when you were in hiding has affected a lot of people in different ways. First of all, it has informed many people about the life of a Jew in the depraved time of World War II. It shows how harsh it was for people if they wanted to stay alive in those times of apathy from the Nazi’s. It touches me how hard yall had to fight to stay alive in those cruel, cruel times. It is very blatant that this was a very depressing time for you, and all of the other Jews in the world during this time period. It wouldn’t be a great lifestyle to live cramped with another family in a small hideout.
The second reason your diary is so important is because it has touched the lives of millions of people across the globe. It has inspired many artists to create movies, plays, and even songs about your troubles. It is so popular that in our 8th grade English class, it was in the curriculum to read the diary. The diary was popular enough to be in our textbook issued to every 8th grade English class in the Lubbock Independent School District and probably more school districts.
The third way you have impacted me is the inspiration you have personally given me. The thought that you withstood the antipathy of Hitler and his Nazis hatred for your kind, for 2 years