Analysis Of The Novel 'The Diary Of A Young Girl'

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The novel “The Diary of a Young Girl”, is famously known worldwide for its provocative and absolutely uncensored story about a girl who depicted her daily struggles and frustrations at hiding during the infamous event of World War II. One of the main reasons for the entire novel gaining acclaim is due to its setting taking place in such a historical time. It wouldn’t be as well known if it was set in today’s generation. So how would the “The Diary of a Young Girl”, be different if it was written in a completely different setting, time or even audience? Children and women are often considered very innocent and fragile, kind of like a feeling like they need to be protected. If you have ever been on any kind of aircraft or airplane, you would
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