The book diary of Anne Frank is about a teenage girl named Anne Frank. For Anne upcoming birthday she requests a diary so that she can express her thoughts, feelings, and emotions that occur day to day in her daily life. Her parents give it to her and she starts to log about her daily life and relationships with her friends and family. But what she doesn 't realize is her diary docs her horrible life that she has in hiding during the holocaust. Within this book report, the analysis of the book will be given along with the summary of the book by chapter.
“The Diary of Anne Frank” is a great story that comes straight from the journal written by a young girl named Anne Frank. “The Diary of Anne Frank” has multiple themes demonstrated throughout the book. However, the most common theme is Good vs. Evil. For example, society during World War II was very much looked on as good vs. evil. You had the Germans, and you had the prisoners. The eight people hiding in the small annex from the Germans were also demonstrated as going through good and evil times. Finally, Anne is a young girl that just wants to have a normal life. Having that dream, but not being able to chase it has had a really
Anne had a heart filled with hope and had a bright future ahead of her, as the war progressed she began to see the suffering of the people around her. Everyone did love her personality. She was very curious, talkative, and playful and was lots of fun to be around. Anne had a hunger for knowledge and was very optimistic. Writing was always her favorite thing. It calmed her from the rages of the world, she could just write and be herself. When she went into hiding she lived in a place called the Secret Annex. A Secret Annex was a building that was placed between two buildings. The first floor was Otto Frank's business and the second was the hiding spot. The real name in Dutch meant behind or back, so in the diary, they used the term Secret Annex. For over 2 years she lived in the secret home, and that is when she got her journal at the age of 13. Almost every day she would write about her current life and the things going on around her. She would write about how much she missed her friends from school and often missed being outside out in the open air. When the Van Pels moved in they had a son named Peter, Anne would play around with Peter, take his shoes and hide them. She thought it was very amusing, Peter didn't quite think so.
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”. She’s forced to hide in an Annexe, behind the Amsterdam office of her father’s business. That journey although just a few steps had changed her life forever.
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank is written by a young Jewish girl in hiding during World War II. Throughout her diary, Anne explores the new things she has found out about herself and the people around her. The Anne who is introduced at the beginning of the book is drastically different from the girl revealed during her time spent in the Annex. She has an abundance of time to contemplate and write about her life. Anne learns about her contrasting personality, her misunderstood relationships, and her changed view of the world.
Adolf Hitler was a horrible man, and he made Jew's lives horrible. Killing and torturing more than 6 million, just because they’re Jewish. The drama by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett shows that Anne Frank and 7 others crammed themselves into a secret annex building for 25 months straight. Little did they know, their few month hiding place became a few year hiding place. Hiding from the Nazis, the 8 always lived in faltering hope that the Allied Forces would come and save them from Hitler’s reign of terror. The historical events in The Diary of Anne Frank changed the behaviors of the characters as well as the relationships between characters.
The first part of the diary starts with her being a regular girl having fun and turns into a girl going into hiding with seven other people. In addition, she has to deal with relation problems with her mom, sister, and the people she is in hiding with. The problems begin when eight people are confined in a small area and everybody begins to irritate and annoy one another. Anne was especially concerned with herself and with her attitude towards the others in the group. She's mainly concerned with her mother who always treats her like baby. Mr. Frank tires to ease the quarrels between them by telling Anne to help out more around the house, but Anne stubbornly declines preferring to concentrate more on her studies. She especially gets plenty of confrontations with Mrs. Van Daan who thinks she is a spoiled little girl. Mrs. Van Daan constantly tells Anne’s father, “ If Anne were my daughter.” Anne’s respond to this in her diary was, “Thank heavens I’m not!” Of course
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank is organized in chronological order and include the dates important to the Jewish author. On Anne’s thirteenth birthday, she receives a diary she calls “Kitty,” and this is where she records events that happened to her. Anne includes writings about her brief normal life and the life in the “Secret Annex.” She and her family are hiding from the Gestapo during WWII. As the story progresses, more Jews join the Franks. There is great conflict between Anne and the rest of the residents, though sometimes her father is “darling.” After a little more than two years in hiding, the German police discovered the secret Jews and sent them into labor camps, where Otto Frank was the only survivor. Anne matures and finds Peter at her side, even though there is tension between the other Van Daans and herself. Not only is there conflict between Mrs. Van Daan, but with Anne’s own mother and her roommate, Mr. Dussel.
The Diary of Anne Frank is about exerts from Anne franks diary who is a 13 year old girl who would write in her diary on a daily bases about her life. Then she was forced to hide out because she was Jewish. Anne was very positive attitude. She writes in her diary to clear her mind and her positive attitude really shines in her exerts. She states that although its really small she tries add her own touches. She tries to decorate to feel at
From her perspective, Anne Frank, a young girl, displays her fear of being discovered by writing down her experiences. Her diary gives insight on what it was like to be a Jew and in hiding, during the time when the Nazis sought to kill all Jews. Although written from a subjective point of view, the diary is considered reliable as it is a personal type of writing, thoughts the owner of the diary would not disclose to another. However, as the first edition of the diary was published after the death of Anne Frank on the 25th of June, 1947, and having it edited by her father, Otto Frank, it does not display an accurate representation of the two years Anne wrote in hiding as his father decided what would be published.
Anne Frank was the daughter of Edith Frank and Otto Frank, Otto Frank was a German-born Swiss businessman. She also had a sister named Margot. Anne Frank prized the diary that her father gave to her because she said the paper never judged her and she felt comfortable with sharing her feelings in it. Although, everyone needs someone with whom to share life’s experiences, you could disagree by examining how introverts liked being secluded. I think this is the theme of Anne Frank because even though the holocaust was going and and they were in hiding they all shared moments together.
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. Anne Frank’s once secret diary has introduced the immense suffering and horror that occurred during the Holocaust.
There are many ways that Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett use to characterize all of the people in “the Diary of Anne Frank”. One way they do this is by showing how Anne is a girl who is interested in everything. “she is thirteen, quick in her movements, interested in everything, mercurial in her emotions.” (Hackett and Goodrich 705). This shows us exactly how Anne’s personality is. Another character that they tell the reader about their personality is Peter Van Daan. “ he is a shy, awkward boy of sixteen…” (Goodrich and Hackett 704). This tells the reader about Peter and how is shy, quiet, and how old he is also. These are a few examples of characterization in the story “the Diary of Anne Frank”
Anne Frank was born to Otto and Edith Frank in the late 1920’s, alongside her older sister, Margot Frank, who was born three years before Anne. This small family of four were just ordinary working class people trying to make a living like everyone else. Both Anne and Margot lover school and their friends. They both also really enjoyed writing, which included diary entries every day. Both girls, particularly Anne, wrote down every event and feeling she experienced. Which lead to the famous diary we now know to be of Anne Frank’s life during the Holocaust. Anne Frank’s spectacular ability to remain joyous and courageous through her outstanding struggle are displayed through the three main point of her life before the Holocaust, living in
A young girl, Anneliese Marie Frank, receives an empty jar of a diary for her thirteenth birthday, amidst much political strife in her new home country of Netherlands. As a German-born Jew in hiding, Anne will eventually fill her diary with over 2 years of experiences of the Secret Annex. Initially, she makes use of her newfound outlet to exhibit her growing interest to become a writer. The diary, for Anne, acts as her personal confidante before her family goes into hiding, and becomes even more valued to her during their ordeal. Eventually, in 1944, Anne will hear of an opportunity for her work to be published after the war, and sets out to revise her entries.