The Diary Of A Young Girl


Otto Frank

Anne initially describes Otto Frank as “the most adorable father in the world,” and, aside from a few moments of perfectly normal adolescent irritation with her father, Anne’s incredible respect and admiration for him do not diminish. In fact, near the end of the diary, she expresses a wish to be more like him. He is an important role model, not only because he is kind and compassionate, but because he is sensible and even-tempered. Anne often mentions her father’s optimistic nature, and this optimism is clearly echoed in Anne herself.

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