Over the course of the diary, she grows from a spoiled, somewhat naive young girl of thirteen to a self-aware young woman of fifteen. Whether we agree with Anne or not, we can see how important politics has become for her. Along with Miep, she retrieves and saves Anne's diary from the floor of the annex after the residents are arrested. While here she hid every scrap of food she got and saved it for her daughters. Anne feels extremely lonely and in need of kindness and affection. He was in Auschwitz when it was liberated by the Russians in February. At first, this see … med to be fabricated.
Of all of these characters, only Mr. He survived the persecutions, but it is difficult and painful for him to talk on the subject, for he lost more than can be gained by mere survival. Initially, she makes use of her newfound outlet to exhibit her growing interest to become a writer. Pauls first battle was brutal. Anne received a diary on her thirteenth birthday and expressed hope that it would become her one trusted confidant.
Both Julius and Walter made it to the United States, surviving afterwards. First off, Albert Dussel—he entered the Annex later than the Van Daans and Franks and was the last person who came to stay in the hiding place. Minutes before the Frank's were captured in their hiding place after a two-year stay, Anne wrote in her diary the words, 'In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart. The author of the diary. Anne was Jewish, she is very fun and perky, she had just turned thirteen. People would have to stand in line to buy vegetables and all kinds of goods, doctors could not visit their patients and automobiles were stolen. She tries to give us what you might expect to find in a news brief, the most relevant details.
This made the family move into hiding earlier than planned. Dussel who moved in with them and Miep, the one who got them everything t … hey needed when they asked for it, and brung all of the news. Kraler and Miep, the Dutch office-workers. They were real world heroes because few people would go through so much even for their friends. In her diary she is precocious, intelligent, charming, and, even under the worst circumstances, funny. After the residents are captured and her daughters are sent to the Belsen camp, she is left to die at Auschwitz.
He stays in Anne's room and drives her crazy with his odd nocturnal habits. He readily shared his hiding place with another family, the Van Daans, and later on with another man, Mr. Before Anne Frank went into hiding, she led a blissful and joyous life. There are a several themes of this diary, it deals with the problems of growing up, and the affects war has on her life and love. Throughout the time spent in the annex, Anne wrote about the life that she lived, the emotions that she went through, and the difficulties of hiding from the Gestapos. That first dream also marks what Anne considers to be a significant change in herself. She did not feel at home in Amsterdam.
She was survived only by her father Otto. Both her brother and father were deported to a concentration camp in 1942. Anne was born in the city Frankfurt am Main in Weimar Germany. After the annex residents are discovered, she goes to the concentration camp at Belsen, in Germany, where she dies before her sixteenth birthday. This call forces the Franks to go into hiding. He is the sole surviving member of his family after the war.
Anne is described as blunt, intelligent, and cheerful. She uses her writing both as an escape from people and as a bridge to close the gap. His real name is Fritz Pfeffer, but Anne calls him Mr. Despite having a loving family and several friends, Anne is unable to share her thoughts with any of them. She was officially seen as a German until 1941. Although she has little political consciousness at the beginning of the diary, she grows to question anti-Semitism and the point of war.
Frank's who arranges for the living situation in the annex. They had two daughters born in , , born 16 February 1926, followed by , born 12 June 1929. And other people couldn't talk with them at all. She saw through all the hardships that were going on in the annex and tried to get everyone to laugh and have a good time instead of being so tense all of the time. In one instance, he slaps Peter for reading a book after he provided a break from their boring routine.