People Are Really Good At Heart In The Diary Of Anne Frank

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In the play, The Diary of Anne Frank, Mr. Frank allowed Mr. Dussel to live with them temporarily in the Secret Annex. Peter and Anne fell in love. Lastly, Miep told the Secret Annex people that the Invasion has begun. What do all of these have to do with the quote, “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” All of these acts have to deal with people doing some form of good, despite everything that is happening.

On page 304 in the play, The Diary of Anne Frank, Mr. Frank allowed a new Jewish friend, Mr. Jan Dussel, to live with them in the Secret Annex. He is a dentist, and is in need of a secret hiding place. This relates to Anne’s quote, “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” This relates to Anne’s quote because Mr. Frank was a good man, and he understood that Mr. Dussel was in a tough situation and needed somewhere to stay. He openly invited him to live in the Secret Annex, without hesitation. …show more content…

I must confess that I actually live for the next meeting. Is there anything lovelier than to sit under the skylight and feel the sun on your cheeks and have a darling boy in your arms?” This indicates that Anne has strong feelings for Peter. Also, in the narration part of the Diary, it quotes, ”For a second, Anne stands looking up at Peter, longing for him to kiss her. As he makes no move she turns away. Then suddenly, peter grabs her awkwardly in his arms, kissing her on the cheek. Anne walks out dazed.” This event relates to Anne’s quote because Peter and Anne were able to find love, in a world of hate and

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