Analysis Of Quotes In Anne Frank's Essay 'Good At Heart'

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In this essay, you will learn how Anne Frank felt during hiding and why she believed this quote below. The quote " In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart" is what I have supportive quotes for. In this essay I will be discussing what quotes Anne said during her hiding that support that quote. Also, in this essay will be telling you what I think each quote meant. Next, each of these quotes came from Anne Frank. Lastly, this essay will teach you how a person feels during hiding.

In this part of the essay, I will be teaching you about the first quote. The first quote helps support the topic quote. Also, it helps the topic be more supportive. The first quote is " I don't want to have lived in vain like most people... I want to go on living even after my death!" I think this quote talks about how she felt and what she wanted to live her life like. Anne wants to have a nice and wonderful life, but she went into hiding so now she can't have as happy of a life like she was wanted to have. Also, in this quote it describes how she thought her life
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This quote is "I'd cut my throat first! I'd open my veins! I'm going to be remarkable! I'm going to Paris..." This quote I think what she wanted to do to try and get out of hiding from the Nazis. Anne says that she wants to go to Paris and be remarkable because she had that feeling that she might be able to escape hiding. I think what she meant by cutting her throat and opening her veins she wants to do what ever it takes to get out of hiding. Another thing is that Anne just wants to live a normal life and be like most people. Next, Anne just wanted to be remarkable because she wanted to do other things to be able to be remarkable. Lastly, Anne wanted to be able to travel the world and see what other parts of the world are like especially

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