The Diary of Anne Frank
In the Diary of Anne Frank, the theme or the message is to be happy in the darkest of days. Even though the Frank Family and the Van Daan were in hiding they still had their ways of enjoying themselves in the Annex. For example when Hanukah come they celebrated and Anne made everyone presents. "Yours Mr. Van Daan, it's really something..... something you want more than anything. Look! Cigarettes!"(403) Said Anne when she gave Mr. Van Daan his gift for Hanukah. Also when New Years came around they celebrated another year of surviving the Holocaust. "Oh please, please. Let's sing the song. I promise not to shout."(405) Wined Anne. See even though they were locked behind a bookshelf they still kept being happy.
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ANNE FRANK (1929-1945). - German-Jewish diarist. Anne and her father Otto (center) going to the wedding of their friends Miep and Jan Gies, Amsterdam, July 1941.. Fine Art. Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. Web. 15 Dec 2015.
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