The Diary Of Anne Frank Essay

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Anne Frank was an adolescent girl that document her experience during the Holocaust. Anne was a Jew and during this duration Jews were treated crudely. She went into hidding to stay unassailable. During this time her only friend was her diary "Kitty". "Kitty" was her only friend that made her feel appropriate to express her feeling and emotion about everything. The authors of the "The diary of young girl" and the play of "The diary of Anne Frank" both divulge the impact of war on Anne Frank's life. The authors deliberatly point out ways that the war effect Anne's life by gaving background knowledge on the war effecting Anne, showing on the war effect Anne's life through descripitions of events, and using first person narration to show how explicit Anne's feeling was. The Authors of both texts disclose the impact of war on Anne's by providing background knowledge. The background knowledge helps the reader to get a better understanding of what the Jews have to go through. One evidence to support the claim that the authors provide background knowledge is from "The diary of young girl" which states…show more content…
Through out the story and play decription of events can help protray events that have a major impact on the story. One evidence from "The diary of a young girl" was "No one is spared-old people, babies, expectant mothers the sick each and all join in the march of death." This shows that each and every Jew was affect by the war it didn't matter whether you were old, young or sickly. One detail from the play "The diary of Anne Frank" was"His hands on van Dann's neck you dirty theief stealing good-for-nothing." This illustrates that Mr.Van Dann stealing bread had a impact on everyone because he was being greedly and not evenly distributing the food with

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