Essay on Analysis of Anne Frank and Pride and Prejudice

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Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl

“Yes there is no doubt that paper is patient and as I don't intend to show this cardboard- covered notebook, bearing the proud name of “diary”, to anyone, unless I find a real friend, boy or girl, probably nobody cares. And now I come to the root of the matter, the reason for my starting a diary: it is that I have no such real friend.” Anne Frank divulges that she wants her diary to be a friend to her unlike her other friends, she feels isolated and alone sometimes, and wants her diary to be someone she can talk to openly and honestly about everything. So she calls her diary “Kitty” and addresses it as her friend. Anne was often emotional and insecure of herself. She felt as though she didn't
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Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl

“Yes there is no doubt that paper is patient and as I don't intend to show this cardboard- covered notebook, bearing the proud name of “diary”, to anyone, unless I find a real friend, boy or girl, probably nobody cares. And now I come to the root of the matter, the reason for my starting a diary: it is that I have no such real friend.” Anne Frank divulges that she wants her diary to be a friend to her unlike her other friends, she feels isolated and alone sometimes, and wants her diary to be someone she can talk to openly and honestly about everything. So she calls her diary “Kitty” and addresses it as her friend. Anne was often emotional and insecure of herself. She felt as though she didn't have any true confidants, which led her to feel lonely and misunderstood. “I hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as a great source of comfort and support.”

A critical point about Anne Frank's diary is that it was written during the years of her adolescence. She struggled with many typical teenage problems- yearning for her own space away from adult meddling, burgeoning sexuality, and the quest for her own identity- in a enclosed space with little privacy.

Unplanned Anne and Peter Van Daan formed a friendship tinged with romantic desires. In the beginning Anne thought of Peter as lazy; weak character. He was also shy and awkward, hardly a person worth her notice. But a year and a half later in the hiding,
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