• Anne Frank Huis Poetry Annalysis
    main character while the Allied line in Europe is also vaguely mentioned.) Anne Frank –A teenage Jewish girl, hiding from the Nazis. Felt lonely and helpless for the most part of her life. Theme –The poem is categorized as a war poem which brings out feelings like sympathy towards the less...
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  • Poetry
    flowers gone – Pete Seeger Anne Frank huis – Andrew Motion Life Leave Taking – Cecil Rajendra The Seven Ages of Man – William Shakespeare Paying Calls – Thomas Hardy Mid Term Break – Seamus Heaney Society Wedding Photographs – Jean Arasanayagam The Garden of Love – William Blake A...
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    Anne Frank Huis - Andrew Motion The poem Anne Frank Huis refers to Anneliese Marie who was born in 1929 in Frankfurt to Jewish parents. After the Nazi came to power in Germany Adolf Hitler became the chancellor and the Frank family fled to Amsterdam. The Nazis occupied in Netherlands in 1942...
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  • Vimukthi Lit
    experience – this is not Motion’s intention. In the title of the poem Andrew Motion uses the Dutch “Huis” rather than house. Firstly this highlights that Anne Frank hid from the Nazis in Amsterdam, Holland. On the other hand it stresses immediately the sinister repetition of the “s” sound which gives...
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  • Village by the Sea
    ? Leave flowers on them? Or offer alms in their name? 12 Theme: War and Violence Poem: Anne Frank huis Poet: Andrew Motion A. Note on the Poet: Andrew Motion was born in 1952. He read English at University College, Oxford and from 1976 to 1982, he taught English at the University of Hull. From...
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  • Ann Frank Life in Hiding
    en los años 1960 y 1970. Also Anne Frank Huis – the hiding-place – was opened in Amsterdam on the Prinsengracht 263. También Anne Frank Huis - el escondite - fue inaugurado en Amsterdam en el 263 de Prinsengracht. The house was given by its owner to the Anne Frank foundation. La casa fue donada por...
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  • World War 1
    concentration camps. Anne Frank and her sister, Margot, were eventually transferred to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp where they both died of typhus in March 1945. Otto Frank, the only survivor of the family, returned to Amsterdam after the war to find that Anne's diary had been saved, and his...
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  • Anne Frank
    On June 12, 1929, at 7:30 A.M. a baby girl was born in Frankfurt, Germany. No one realized that this infant, who was Jewish, was destined to become one of the world's most famous victims of World War II. Her name was Anne Frank, and her parents were Edith Frank Hollandar and Otto Frank. She had one...
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  • Anne Frank 8
    Anne Frank I. Introduction A. Imagine being in hiding for 2 years and then being caught and taking to a camp and forced to work all because of where you are from. B. Have you ever been judged or looked at different because of the way you do things. C. The main purpose of my speech...
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  • The Solider, Zlata's Diary, Futility
    Anne Frank’ compiled during World War II, ‘The Solider’ by Rupert Brook, and ‘Futilty’ by Wilfred Owen, portray a variety of messages about war. ‘Zlata’s Diary’ shows the negativity of war, war being ignored by society. Zlata was a young girl living in Sarajevo while it was under siege in 1992...
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  • New Years Rwsolution
    the war. * Mr. van Daan: thinks the war won’t end until the end of 1943. Anne feels like that’s a long time. * Mrs. van Daan: wants to get false ID papers made, not considering how much money that would cost. * Mr. Frank: optimistic. * Mr. Dussel: defends His Majesty and expects...
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  • Anne Frank - Paper 3
    the camp. Goslar and Blitz both survived the war and later discussed the brief conversations they had conducted with Frank through a fence. Blitz described her as bald, emaciated and shivering and Goslar noted Auguste van Pels was with Anne and Margot Frank, and was caring for Margot, who was...
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  • The Diary of Anne Frank - 2
    College Composition 2 November 2012 The Diary of Anne Frank Three years into World War II Anne Frank received a diary from her father, Otto Frank, on her birthday. Anne immediately recognized the value of the diary because she did not confide her problems with her family. “I hope I will be able...
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  • Anne Frank - 4
    , who were confined in another section of the camp. Goslar and Blitz both survived the war and later discussed the brief conversations they had conducted with Frank through a fence. Blitz described her as bald, emaciated and shivering and Goslar noted Auguste van Pels was with Anne and Margot Frank...
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  • Diary of Anne Frank Pgs. 75 - 175
    Diary of Anne Frank p.76-175 The people who are protecting Anne and her family are getting sick in the secret Annex and Anne’s father is nervous about some important business talks going on downstairs. Since Anne’s father is sick, her mom wants to say prayers with her but she doesn’t let her...
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  • The Rory Gilmore Reading List
    Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank Archidamian War by Donald Kagan The Art of Fiction by Henry James The Art of War by Sun Tzu As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner Atonement by Ian McEwan Autobiography of a Face by Lucy Grealy The Awakening by Kate Chopin Babe by Dick King-Smith...
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  • Summarized Diary of Anne Frank
    that the war will end in 1943. When Anne reaches her fourteenth birthday, her father writes her a poem, and Margot translates it from German into Dutch. ------------------------------------------------- June 15, 1943–November 11, 1943  Anne decides to stop studying shorthand because she is...
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  • Obasan
    , interacting with others, or if the war had not targeted Jews, she would have continued to be a charming, if faceless young girl. But as we will see, the change of location will change Anne. . In many ways she shows how the average human being responds to repression . Anne Frank was a youg girl who...
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  • Annr Frank Sparknotes
    physical affection.” Anne reports on some of the British successes in Africa and puzzles over Churchill’s famous quotation about the war being at “the end of the beginning.” Mr. Frank recovers from his illness, and Peter turns sixteen. The residents of the annex also agree to take in an eighth...
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  • Racism
    putting the soiled image of a culture into the minds of millions. This is what started the wars that have been happening these last 100 years. The last book I read was Anne Frank’s diary. It’s a diary written during the second world war by Anne Frank growing up as a child under the Nazi occupancy...
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