The Diary of Anne Frank
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This paper analyzes the autobiographical diary of Anne Frank, entitled, "The Diary of a Young Girl." The paper specifically focuses on Anne Frank's voice and her tone throughout the diary. It looks at the way that her style changed over the course of the time that she was writing in her diary. The paper discusses the significance of these changes in voice and tone and how they correspond to what was happening in the world at the time.
From the Paper:"Significantly Anne's fifteenth birthday is only two months away from her last letter to Kitty, to her people, to the world. Anne went the path of the righteous, the path of self improvement, growth, faith:" People who have religion should be glad, for not everyone has the gift of believing in heavenly things... It isn't the fear of G-d but the upholding of one's own honour and conscience."
"If you visit Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam, just listen and you will hear her laughter, her whisper, her joy of first love. You will hear the Gestapo stepping with their heavy dirty boots into a pure sweet life. A "Little bundle of contradictions" , who did so well in perfecting her traits, and returned her pure soul to her Creator."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Frank, Anne. The Diary of A Young Girl. New York. Doubleday. 1952.
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