Anne And Mr. Dussel: Character Analysis

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In the play The Diary of Anne Frank, each character has a colorful personality, which causes a diversity in character traits amongst everyone. In particular, two very unique characters are Anne and Mr. Dussel. Throughout the course of the story, many different traits can be established for each of these two characters. Anne appears to be a cheerful and bold young girl while Mr. Dussel seems dull and quite selfish at certain points throughout the play. Anne is quite an extrovert, and she likes to be social with anyone that will hold a conversation with her. Mr. Dussel, on the other hand, can easily be labelled as an introvert and does not favor the company of others in most circumstances. One example of this is when Mr. Dussel first moves
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