The setting for The Diary of Anne
Frank is in a “Secret Annexe” in
Amsterdam, Holland. Anne and
her family are not the only people
that are hiding in the “Secret
Annexe,” the Van Daans live with
them also. Anne draws a map in
the book to show you a layout of
the “Secret Annexe.” It’s pretty
large, although with eight people
living there, it’s quite crowded.
The plot for the story was for
Anne and her family to hide from
the Germans until the war was
over. Hiding was hard for the
Franks and Van Daans since they
had to be extremely quiet when
using things and living in the
“Secret Annexe.” Those families
hid there for 25 months.
The theme for The Diary of Anne
Frank is to never lose hope, be
patient, and be brave. Anne was
very brave to give up her
freedom and contact with
friends and most family members
to save her life. She never lost
hope that the war would end
either. She was also very patient
to share a hiding place with
seven other people.
Anne Frank is the protagonist.
Anne is a fourteen-year-old girl
who likes to talk and writes in
her diary, Kitty, about everything
that goes on around her. She
practices the Jewish faith, and
because of that, she and her
family go into hiding. She is very
courageous and hopeful that the
war will end soon. Anne has no
religious freedom, or freedom
what so ever, no contact with the
outside world, a small living area,
little food, and not much privacy.
Through all this, Anne still
maintained hope and a good
outlook on life.
The antagonists are the Germans.
They want to rid the world of
anyone who isn’t German, mostly
the Jews. Their leader is Adolf
Hitler. The Germans dropped
bombs during the air strikes on
Holland, as Anne said in her diary.
The Germans also run the
concentration camps where they
take innocent people and made
them work. They were extremely
cruel to those who went. If they
failed to do their tasks, the
Germans themselves would kill
them. It’s people...
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