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Anne Frank

The entries dated from June 14th to July 5th are written in Anne’s home in Amsterdam, Holland, where she spends her last few weeks of freedom under almost normal circumstances. Anne, a fun-loving girl who enjoys life, has just turned thirteen. She writes about the various presents she was given for her birthday. From her father, she received a diary (which was really an autograph book) with a red-checkered cover; this special gift is her favorite present. She has decided to tell about her life in...

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Anne Frank

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 sister, Margot, who was three years older than she was. Anne led a happy and normal childhood, and on her 13th birthday she received a diary from her parents. It became special to her as years went by. It is through this diary that much about...

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Evaluation on Anne Frank

history level2 Evaluation In my research investigation of Anne Frank, the face of the Jews in the Holocaust, I found that she was just a normal Jewish girl going through the hardships of growing up. The fact that she was in hiding from the Nazi soldiers who were ruthless and blamed the Jews for their hardships, as well as the downfall of the First World War, made it extremely difficult for her and it was also what made her and her diary famous. I found that the internet was my main source in gathering...

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Anne Frank and Fredrick Dougalss

Anne Frank and Frederick Douglass Everyone has hope in something whether it is possible or seemingly impossible. Anne Frank and Frederick Douglass, among many differences and similarities, both had hope in something others may not have believed to be possible. They never gave up their hope that they so desperately clung to when they were in bondage. Anne Frank and Frederick Douglass were both held in bondage, each in a different way. Frank was kept from the public eye for fear she would be caught...

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Anne Frank Book Review

an account of one’s personal experience. It is what the author has encountered throughout his or her life, and is based on memory. They are real life events, and sometimes they do not have a happy ending. Despite the fact that The Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank, does not have a happy ending, this memoir is astonishing. I usually enjoy happy endings, but this diary touched me more than any other story I have read. This memoir is truly one of the best novels by far. Firstly, I can make an effortless...

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Anne Frank Essay

permanent personal record that is kept of events, thoughts, and ideas associated with an individual. They retain great significance in an individual’s life, and hold a great deal of sentimental value. The Diary of a Young girl (1952) written by Anne Frank and the film, Freedom Writers (2007) directed by Richard LaGravenese, explore this cleansing of the psyche as individuals undergo an introspective, reflective process. Diaries hold a great deal of sentimental value, especially to those in society...

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The Changes in Anne Frank

After reading Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl, a personal diary of a girl named Anne who lived in hiding during World War II, I believe Anne’s wise words: that no matter what the situation, every person is still good at heart, whether you can see it or not. My opinion on this topic was greatly influenced by reading this extremely personal memoir of Anne’s life in hiding and the people in the world around her. No matter how bad a person might seem, I, like Anne, believe that deep down inside, they...

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Anne Frank: the Diary of a Young Girl

Anne Frank: The diary of a young girl I want to introduce you to, Anne Frank: The diary of a young girl, by Anne Frank and translated by B. M. Mooyaart. It is the story of a 13-year-old Jewish girl and her family who are forced into hiding by the Nazis during World War II The book is written over a two-year period, tells about her life while she and her family are in hiding in Holland. On her birthday she received a diary, Anne named it Kitty, and Kitty was her best friend ever since. From the...

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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank This journey that Anne Frank encounters was although a short journey had a big affect on her life. A few steps down the road from where she lived had changed her life forever, more than she could’ve imagined. Anne Frank was forced to leave her life behind, in a time of WW2. The diary of Anne Frank represents an individual strengthened by going on a forced, reluctant journey. She’s forced into hiding after living a “spoiled life” with boys from school “admiring her”....

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Anne Frank - Primary Source

Anne Frank- Primary Source Paper The Diary of Anne Frank is a remarkably moving book about the short life of a young girl and her family. The Holocaust was a horrible time for Jewish people and Anne and her Jewish family’s lives were completely turned upside down as a result. The war resulted in the deaths of countless people, mostly innocent people. Before the invasion on D-day and the end of the war not too long after, the rest of the world didn’t know the real disaster going on over seas...

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