Internal And External Conflicts Faced In The Diary Of Anne Frank

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In the play The Diary of Anne Frank, Anne is a teenage Jewish girl living through the holocaust. In the play, Anne is a mischievous girl who doesn’t understand the importance of hiding, until she is gifted a diary from her dad and tries to go and get a pen from outside of the annex. Then all of the sudden her dad stops her by grabbing her arm and saying no as if she was crazy or something. That’s when she realizes the importance of hiding, and that her life is never going to be normal again. Anne is childish, loyal, fun-loving, curious, and talkative. These traits change throughout her experience in hiding. She becomes a little less talkative, less childish, and a bit more responsible. Anne faces both internal and external conflicts during her time hiding. One of the internal ones are when she had a nightmare and it was like she didn’t even want her mother to be there. One of the external is when no one wants to play or even talk to her. Things in the holocaust shaped out many people in different ways.…show more content…
She likes to write in her diary, which when she got she never stopped writing in. When Anne grows up and turns 15, she shows some responsibility by helping Margot with her mother and getting her work done. Anne also has a love life while hiding. She grows feelings for Peter after time in hiding. Anne’s main role in the play is a 13-16 year old Jewish girl living in the holocaust. The play had to portray what really happened to Anne Frank, so the play creator’s resource was the diary itself. Anne function in the play is to narrate the diary entries that correspond with what is happening in the

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