Anne Frank Diary Analysis

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The Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank is a diary of a 13-year old Jewish girl following the events surrounding of how they hid themselves for two years from the cruel Nazis during the German occupations in World War II. Between July 1942 and August 1944, along with seven other people, Anne hides in a Secret Annex located at her father’s office in Prinsengracht 263 in Amsterdam. The diary portrays a firsthand account of all the horrendous tyranny during the war, the endurance of emotional torture, and the complexity of adolescence the Nazis inflicted to the Jews. Discrimination is very rampant during that time for Jews were deprived with a lot of things and this scars the Jews' pride and dignity in every possible way. Moreover, it explains her continuous struggle with her…show more content…
It’s a wonder I haven’t abandoned all my ideals, they seem so absurd and impractical. Yet I cling to them because I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.” Shortly a month before the Nazis seize the Frank family, Anne writes this heartfelt passage that demonstrates a bold manifestation of hope amidst the chaos that the war has brought upon their lives. This quotation also depicted her vivid thoughts and shows how she blossomed into a mature, young woman from the Anne who just celebrated her 13th birthday, two years ago. It also illuminates Anne’s purity because in spite of all the fear, anxiety and depression of getting exposed, she still believes that people are genuinely good, until maybe, their ill-fated arrest that could have shown her the true nature of man. Most people would drift apart with the circumstances of World War II, but she managed to establish her unfailing optimism. Her bright spirit will forever linger in my heart for she imposed bravery and immense will to

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