Ayn Rand's The Diary Of Anne Frank

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“Who would ever think that so much went on in the soul of a young girl?”(Anne Frank) The Diary of Anne Frank is a book based on the life of Anne Frank that seeks to perceive a child of an age of 13 who began to write in her diary who she called kitty which chronicles her thoughts, secrets and adventures. It is worth mentioning that the book was written during World War II when Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany and began to harass people of Jewish race. Anne Frank contributed to the understanding of the Holocaust through her diary in which she gives a first hand account of day-to-day life in Nazi Germany. In this situation Anne and her family went into hiding in the attic of her father’s office along with another family, where they were…show more content…
Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.”(Anne Frank). Despite her young age Anne Frank demonstrated a high level of matureness in understanding the atmosphere that she was in. “I want to go on living even after my death! And therefore I am grateful to God for this gift, this possibility of developing myself and of writing, of expressing all that is in me. I can shake off everything if I write; my sorrows disappear; my courage is reborn. But, and that is the great question, will I ever be able to write anything great, will I ever become a journalist or a writer?”(Anne Frank). Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany in a Jewish family. But in 1933 her parents moved to Amsterdam (Netherlands). The day of her 13th birthday Anne was presented with a diary, which filled with much happiness and decided to call kitty; who would believe that the diary would become her best friend who would tell all her experiences and thoughts. “I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.” (Anne Frank). Anne led a normal and pleasant life with her family; it includes her mother Edith Frank-Holländer, her father Otto Frank and her sister three years older, Margot. The beginning of the diary of Anne Frank, talks about her normal life, details of how was the school;…show more content…
Albert Dussel was a dentist with whom Anne shared her room with she situation she didn’t like at all. She is counting her daily experience. Most days you find it too tedious, back cache finds nothing to do, but some other days, as related, passed them crying in her room since the closure to decline your mood. A bad mood was also quite normal in the hideout, the state in which they lived, wearied to most people. For this reason, the eight Jews hidden there, did not enter into a relationship of friendship, simply coexist in the same space and tried to make life as normal as possible. After a year in the House back, Anne was certainly friend with the son of Peter Van Daan. Detailed in her diary a love affair between two young counts as most nights were spent in her room, looking out the window at the stars and moon. Those were the happiest moments Anne described while in the cache. The Diary of Anne Frank ends on August 1, 1944, because the August 4, 1944 when they were finally found. The Gestapo arrested all the occupants and took them to various concentration camps. After remaining for a time in the concentration camps of Westerbork and Auschwitz, Anne and her older sister, Margot, were deported to Bergen-Belsen, where both died during a typhus epidemic because of the unhygienic conditions in which were between late February and mid-March 1945. “I've reached the point where I hardly care whether I live or die. The world will keep on turning

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