Anne Frank

By Melanie Wilson

Bio

Anne Frank was a German Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an annex of rooms above her father’s office in Amsterdam, And After being betrayed to the Nazis, Anne, her family, and the others living with them were arrested and deported to Nazi concentration camps. In March of 1945, 7 months after she was arrested, Anne Frank died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen. She was fifteen years old (“Anne” Web).

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I chose this symbol (Megaphone) because Anne talked a lot and she was always up every body’s butt, as in she’s hyper constantly, like when she was happy about Peter.She couldn’t stop thinking about him and annoying him but Peter can be a grouch. When Mrs. Van Dan asks why she likes her son, Anne gets annoyed and is snippy. Anne would argue with her mother most of the time they were there, she would have night mares in the middle of the night just screaming about the Nazis taking them away.
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I chose this symbol (Pencil) because we know that she loves to write everyday about her life: everything she does and what happens. She wants people to know that she was there and this is what happened in the past. She wants people to know that she doesn’t want to be forgotten. Anne always wrote but I think she writes because it makes her feel better to see that she gets stuff off her chest.
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They all have courage they always stay really strong when something is going on outside or down stairs or someone is knocking they have respect and they keep quit like supposed to but how some times the Franks and Anne and her family have feelings , she would get scared, and they felt helpless. Mr. Frank always gave them the courage to think about the future. They also always have faith in there selves they keep really brave, so what I’m trying to say really is it’s a message of courage and hope in the face of adversity has reached millions.

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Sometimes Anne feels left out of everything, she always arguing to people about Margot and how Margot is everything and why can’t you be like Margot because there mother and Mrs. Frank tell Anne why can’t she be like Margot calm and not so hyper and Margot doesn’t talk as much ether. And what they say in the book is, Anne saying (Margot! Margot! Margot! That’s all I hear from everyone how wonderful Margot is… why aren’t you like Margot?”) And (Everything she does is right, and everything I do Is wrong! I’m the goat around here! ...You’re all against me! …And you worst of all!