Summary of Anne Frank's the Diary of a Young Girl

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By Falcon Press

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Anne Frank's diary was discovered in the attic where she spent her last days before being sent to a concentration camp. The Diary of a Young Girl (1947) reminds the world of the horrors of the Second World War and the Holocaust through the eyes of a teenager hiding in a confined space in Amsterdam. Anne wrote in her diary to take her mind off the war, constant hunger, boredom, irritation, and most of all, fear. The threat of being discovered was a daily struggle, and the Frank family's lives are recorded through the lens of the youngest daughter, with both humorous commentary and thought-provoking reflections on the human condition. 

 

Summary of Anne Frank's the Diary of a Young Girl