Worl Anne Frank Research Paper

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“Once the storm is over you will not know how you made it through, you will not be the same person who walked in. That is what the storm is all about.” Anne Frank was a Jewish girl who was born June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. Her book comes to an abrupt ending in 1944 and it is assumed that Anne Frank died of typhus in 1945. She was only four years old when Hitler became chancellor of Germany. Because Jewish people were being persecuted, Anne Frank and her family had to go into hiding in an Annex in her father's work building in July of 1942. She was thirteen when she started writing her diary which today is known as, The Diary Of A Young Girl. She is one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the holocaust. Anne Frank’s outlook of the future and her love life were affected by her experiences because of the war.…show more content…
While reading the first few entries of her diary, a reader will notice that she is very cheerful and naive. She tells, in great detail, about her school and peers. While she tries to remain positive, she misses many aspects of her old life in Frankfurt. Anne Frank is saddened by the absence of her cat, Moortje. In her writing she states, "I miss Moortje every moment of the day and no one knows how often I think of her; whenever I think of her I get tears in my eyes. Moortje is such a darling and I love her so much, I dream up all sorts of plans in which she comes back again…” (29). There is a lot of tension in the Annex and she writes, “Grown-ups quarrel so easily and so often and about such petty matters.” (43). She longs to be back home in the comfort of her own house. If they are not arguing, they are being very rude and passive aggressive toward each other. Anne Frank is always getting picked on by her mother or Mrs. van Daan. Anne Frank's cheerful mood and positive outlook was greatly diminished due to World War

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