Anne Frank Vs Pelzer

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However, Pelzer was not the only person among these books who clutched to hope. Anne Frank, like Pelzer, was quick to grab it, and she expressed her hopeful ideals and dreams all throughout her diary. “I keep them [her hopes], because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart” (Müller, 242). Anne wished that something would change for the better, which leads into another difference between Anne and Pelzer: while Pelzer was eventually rescued, Anne was not. On another note, Anne, and all Jews located around and throughout Germany, all faced a different kind of oppression than Pelzer had. While their government was slowly taking away their rights, one by one, Pelzer’s mother was much quicker in stripping her
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