The Diary Of Anne Frank Analysis

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In the year 1933, the persecution of Jews and their families due to the holocaust had begun. Hitler had come to power, and made Nazi Germany believe the Jews were the problem. The Jewish families were forced into hiding or else they would be taken away to concentration camps or killed. One of the families in 1945, being persecuted were the Franks. Anne Frank was 13 when they moved into the hidden annex above Mr. Kralers office building. She wrote in her diary of her time there, and her feelings. Anne talked about the Van Daans and Mr. Dussel; a family and a dentist sharing the space with the Franks. The years past and she wrote and waited, hoping they may be liberated, according to the play written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett called “The Diary of Anne Frank”. As the time passed, many historical events that occurred outside the annex influenced the moods and relationship of the characters inside. Anne is one of the main characters in the annex. She was troubled by the news that Mr. Dussel brought of what was going on outside the annex. Scene 3, paragraph 312 “ Mr.Dussel: Right here in Amsterdam everyday hundreds of Jews disappear... “ This news from outside the annex made Anne have nightmares and put…show more content…
She was troubled by the news that Mr. Dussel brought of what was going on outside the annex. Scene 3, paragraph 312 “ Mr.Dussel: Right here in Amsterdam everyday hundreds of Jews disappear... “ This news from outside the annex made Anne have nightmares and put the families in danger. Scene 4, paragraph 47 “Oh, Pim. I dreamed that they came to get us! The green police! They broke down the door and grabbed me…” She was so greatly affected by the news that it disrupted her sleep and her conscience. Anne then had a screaming, crying fit that put all the families in the annex at risk. Anne was not thinking of the others and how it affects them greatly; just like Mr. Van Daan when he starts to steal

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