The Diary of Anne Frank

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The life of Ann Frank

Anne was a German Jew that went into hiding with her family, the van Pels and Mr. Pfeffer during the holocaust. After they were captured they were separated into different camps. Anne and Margot later died in the Bergan-Belson camp from typhus. After she died Mr. Frank found and published her diary. Her house was turned into a museum and is a warning afgainst dictatorship, discrimination and terror.

Hope helps you through hard times

In The Diary of Anne Frank, the theme " friends and family can help through Hard times and always stick together" is seen throughout. Many times in the play when there would be conflict, Margot would play the peacekeeper. Whenever Anne and Mrs. Frank would argue Margot would always be there trying to convince them that they don't know what they're saying, or what they said isn't true. After Anne and Mrs. Frank had a fight when Mrs. Frank wanted Anne to act more like her, Margot tried to distract Mrs. Frank while Anne went to her room. After the fight when Mrs. Frank was upset she said " You know Anne, in half an hour she'll be out here laughing and joking." (P389)Even when she was distressed she never lost her head and always played the peacekeeper. Another example of " friends and family can help through Hard times and always stick together" is when the Frank's and Van Daans were found and taken to the camps. Even in the end they still acted as a family. When the gestapo come to get them it says "The buzzer of their door starts to ring. Mr. Frank brings Mrs. Frank a bag. They stand together, waiting. Anne stands, holding her school satchel, looking over at her father and mother with a soft, reassuring smile."(p433) Even though they knew the inevitable outcome of being caught, they never once stopped acting like a family.

Friends and Family Can Help Through Hard Times and Always Stick Together

In The Diary of Anne Frank, the theme " friends and family can help through Hard times and always stick together" is seen throughout. Many times in the play when there would be conflict, Margot would play the peacekeeper. Whenever Anne and Mrs. Frank would argue Margot would always be there trying to convince them that they don't know what they're saying, or what they said isn't true. After Anne and Mrs. Frank had a fight when Mrs. Frank wanted Anne to act more like her, Margot tried to distract Mrs. Frank while Anne went to her room. After the fight when Mrs. Frank was upset she said " You know Anne, in half an hour she'll be out here laughing and joking." (P389)Even when she was distressed she never lost her head and always played the peacekeeper. Another example of " friends and family can help through Hard times and always stick together" is when the Frank's and Van Daans were found and taken to the camps. Even in the end they still acted as a family. When the gestapo come to get them it says "The buzzer of their door starts to ring. Mr. Frank brings Mrs. Frank a bag. They stand together, waiting. Anne stands, holding her school satchel, looking over at her father and mother with a soft, reassuring smile."(p433) Even though they knew the inevitable outcome of being caught, they never once stopped acting like a family.

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Cite

Anne Frank Hideout Reconstruction Is Presented At Madame Tussauds Berlin. Photography. Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. Web. 4 Dec 2015.

Diary

I think a symbol that represents Anne would be her dairy. I think it represents her because if Mr. Frank hadn't found her diary then we wouldn't know anything about the Frank's and they would just be another family of Jews destroyed by Hitler. When Anne and Peter are talking about what they want to be one night Anne says she wants to be a writer and I think her diary represents how she wishes her future could have become. She was always writing in her diary and she wanted it to be published like a book. Her diary represents her more than anything else in the annex.