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The reader learns valuable lessons from Anne’s thoughts, beliefs, and emotions throughout her diary. Young Anne receives a diary as a birthday gift at the age of thirteen. She decides to tell her diary everything and call it “Kitty.” Kitty quickly becomes Anne’s friend who learns her true feelings and deepest thoughts. At first, Kitty learns about Anne’s school life and the growing fear that weighs upon the Jews’ shoulders. She later learns that Anne’s family sends supplies to Mr. Otto’s office and that the idea of going into hiding quickly becomes a reality.
Women would also not be separated or singled out by other men. In the book Cat’s Eye, written by Margaret Atwood, Elaine Risley, who is the main character in the book, is an artist living within the Second World War to the late 1980’s, and participates in the modern art movement. Due to childhood bullying and being victimized by girls her age, Elaine’s adult life is different than others. In Cat’s Eye, Elaine finds her identity by going back in time willfully and accepting the past, along with the people, to embrace the women she was and is. Elaine is an independent woman artist.
Book Review: The Diary of a Young Girl Narrator The autobiography is told in a first person point of view. The narrator, Anne Frank, describes her experience as Jewish teenage girl living in German-occupied Holland during World War II. Even though she is an adolescent she speaks very fluently about her experiences, detailing many of the events that she went through to avoid persecution from the Nazis. You get to experience the events as if you were Anne through many of the vivid details that she wrote throughout the book. The narration is written in a way that allows you to get really in depth of Anne’s life, and really get to know her in a personal level.
The book is indeed worth reading as one would be able to feel the intensity of overflowing emotions of war-torn human beings as seen on the sincere writings of a young girl. If one would want to engage in a time travel back to the climax of the Second World War in the 1940s in order to journey different phases of actuality, then one must grab a copy of Anne Frank’s autobiography. It is highly recommended for historical enthusiasts, who would like to gain first-hand historical realities as seen through the eyes of the youth. Truly, “The Diary of a Young Girl” is both a heart-breaking and an moving story of how discordance can strip the human race of its glory and can simultaneously build its thirst for common good and
A girl is everything. She is sensitive and assertive, she is beautiful and unique and although she is all of these wonderful qualities; in the time of World War II and the holocaust women no matter if they were German or Jewish or any other nationalities were cast into their classical gender role responsibilities. This is the case for Anne in “The Diary of A Young Girl” by Anne Frank, and Liesel in “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak. They had to mature into a woman in very unusual circumstances and used writing as a form of comfort. Becoming a woman happens in every girl’s life through puberty, but for Anne and Liesel it happens in very unusual circumstances.