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Topics: Anne Frank, Margot Frank, Otto Frank Pages: 4 (1407 words) Published: April 24, 2013
Dana Marshall
English Composition 104
Mrs. Lee
April 4th, 2013
What Do You Know of Anne Frank?
Was She a Symbol for the Future?

Anne Frank is a well known young lady, she’s known for her diary “Kitty” that she wrote in during the times of Hitler and the Nazi reign. No one in these days and times really knows Anne Frank because she has passed away, but through her diary and other books surrounding her we have a pretty good idea of who she was. What do I know of Anne Frank? I know she’s the youngest of the two children that her father Otto Frank and her mother Edith Frank had, her older sister name is Margot Frank. The Frank weren’t very religious people but they were a Jewish household. Anne was born in Frankfurt, Germany as we read along in the book her family and her moved to the Netherlands into hidden location that she called the Annex. Just as any other 15 year old girl Anne was an average young lady in my opinion, the average young lady went to school, she had friends that she would hang out with in school, and boys were an area concern but not that much to Anne. What stood out to me is Anne’s attitude before she went into hiding and during the time they were in hiding.

Before Anne went into hiding I would say she was a care free young lady, she was social, entertaining, had some intelligences with her as well and just like any young lady she had problems. I suppose this because her diary entries weren’t as frequent as they were before she went into hiding. Even though I know Anne never really had true friends but she still was I

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would say a socialite in her community for her attitude. She played ping-pong with a group that her and her acquaintances named “The Little Dipper Minus Two” and after they played ping-pong they would go get ice cream from the near ice cream shop. Just like any young lady Anne and her friends got boys to buy them ice cream. She was a very educated young lady as well as a “class clown”, because...
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