The Diary of Anne Frank
Friendship and family is important
Hope can keep you alive
In the Diary of Anne Frank the theme “Hope can keep you alive” is seen throughout the play. Miep (a non-Jewish person) would come to the annex and give the supplies and food they needed. But when she wasn't coming around for three days and the telephone kept ring, Dussel had hope it was her trying to warn them. Every time they would hear a Nazi siren come closer and closer to their annex they would all be in silence hoping they weren't coming for them. Before the Nazi’s took them away Mr. Frank told everyone “For the past two years we have lived in fear. Now we can live in hope” (433).
Courage and bravery can help you through tough situations
In the Diary of Anne Frank the theme “Courage and Bravery can help you through tough situation” is seen throughout the play. Every time Anne had to hide from the Nazi’s she would always be brave and have courage with her. It took a lot of bravery for Mrs. Frank to step up and tell Mr. Frank to leave for stealing bread. When they thought a Nazi was in their annex, everyone was scared but Mr. Frank was brave enough to go see who it was. Even though Anne’s family knew they would get caught by the Nazi’s someday, they still were brave and had hope.