Over six million had been killed during the holocaust many with their own stories but Anne became the face of holocaust survivors. She is able to relate to the readers unlike some history books.She wrote about the things she went through, that we go through now such as puberty including how she dealt with it. In the movie The Diary of Anne Frank, Anne talks about how her body is changing and that it was hard to explain how she felt about it. Relating to teens around the world, on how uncomfortable it is to experience the change of your body. In the movie Anne also talks about how her view of life has changed now she wants be a writer not famous dancer like she had wish before.
“They were very happy, even after they discovered that they couldn't live on love alone” (pg. 213). This quote was from the Little Women, the narrator was speaking about Meg and John and about how even if things are not perfect, you should still think and act positively. It is hard to find a book that appeals to the youth and teachers, since styles constantly changing. Adolescence enjoy stories about kind companions, nice families, and appealing objects; teachers like reading about faithful morals, good responsibly, and life lesson.
In the autobiography, Anne Frank mentions, “Writing in a diary is a really strange experience, because it seems to me that later on neither I nor anyone else will be interested in the musings of a thirteen-year-old school girl.” (8) This was an interesting passage to linger upon because of the brief structure of her word choice. It is n... ... middle of paper ... ...be wearing for school or how bad I looked in the morning. Education has been a big part of my existence ever since entering middle school but over time, I’ve lost the will to put effort into keeping that same importance because of the irrelevant things that occupy my mind from the important things that I am supposed to be dealing with. Anne Frank had the same problem when she gained a liking towards a boy named Peter who lived in the building, but later on throughout her entries, she began to push the thought of Peter away and replaced it with the things that really mattered, like how unbelievably close she was to her death. I’ve been inspired by Anne Frank’s style in writing and I’m willing to discover more books that hold the same sense in mesmerizing literature.
A bit shocked Jane remarks, "’She didn't have a nose, Mom.’" But when her mother, “stops at the corner and looks at [Jane]... ... middle of paper ... ...o creates this new exotic and weird environment yet manages to keep a bit of reality of the city. She manages to pull in elements of her own life experiences and incorporate them into her novel and characters. I personally loved the book and reread it, at points I couldn’t put it down. I could also really relate to the fact that its a girl who is a junior in high school who moves in the middle of the year, something I experienced my junior year. I would recommend this to any teenager or young adult who enjoys adventure and finding a sense of belonging in the world.
Themes in The Diary of Anne Frank "Anne Frank" is a diary written by a teenage girl during the Nazi Occupation in World War Two. The story starts when Anne Frank receives a diary as a 13th birthday present, from her father, Otto Frank. 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. As it is a diary it expresses these themes in a very personal way. The story is mainly set in Amsterdam during the Nazi Occupation in World War Two where at first life is good and all is well for Anne and her family, it then moves on to things worsening for the Franks and other Jewish families as the Nazi influence grows stronger and stronger until it reaches the stage were the family is sent into hiding to cherish there last few years of some freedom before they are sent off to Concentration camps.
These influences as a young child poured into her amazing works as an adult. After marriage, birth, and separation, Joanne seized the sudden opportunity to write for a living, her childhood dream. With a sleeping child in a stroller by her side in a coffee shop, Joanne wrote the first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Once a publishing company took interest, she immediately delved into the next escapade that would create her second book, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Her dedication and planning skills astonish the many Harry Potter fans across the world.
Each part of the diary helps me understand the terrible hardships that she faced and how she overcame her problems. Even though she was young, she still had a very effective style of writing to inform her readers. This book shows us the ignorance of what Hitler caused thinking that one race is “racially inferior” to another. The Diary of Anne Frank is a superb book to read to find out about the struggle and hardships that that the Jews had to face during World War 11. It showed me that even the Nazis could not diminish the hope and happiness of a fourteen-year-old girl named Anne Frank.
Anne’s diary, the observations of an imaginative, friendly, sometimes petty, and rather normal teenage girl, comes to an abrupt and silent end. person’s perspective. Since Anne’s diary is a true personal account of a life in hiding, it is inappropriate to analyze it as a novel or other work of fiction. Parts of the diary were intended for public view, but others clearly were not. To appreciate and interpret the diary, it is necessary to consider its horrible context, World War II and the Holocaust, before any discussion of plot development or thematic content.
As time progresses Kitty becomes used not only as an account for school life but as a tunnel to escape the problems of a young teenage girl. Kitty becomes filled with the details of everyday life in hiding. Kitty also learns about the personalities and flaws of the people in hiding along with accounts of their multiple quarrels. Anne spills out her true feelings to Kitty as she “need[s] to get all kinds of things off [her] chest” (Frank 6). The tales of persecuted Jews fill the Annex and become recorded in Anne’s diary.
She appears to be a very attractive teenage girl. For example, Anne writes in her diary, “I have strings of boy-friends, anxious to catch a glimpse of me, and who failing that, peep at me through mirrors in class.” Anne Frank was a dynamic kind of character because she changes thorugh out the story. Anne is described as blunt, intelligent, and cheerful. A characteristic to describe Anne is blunt. She as blunt in the story when she wanted her father to tell her stories, and he gave her advice.