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Penguin Select Classics: The Diary Of A Young Girl

Release date: 11 April 2024
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"I’ve found that there is always some beauty left—in nature, sunshine, freedom, in yourself; thes... Read More

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"I’ve found that there is always some beauty left—in nature, sunshine, freedom, in yourself; these can all help you.’

Anne begins her diary entries at the age of thirteen in June 1942, recording all her experiences until August 1944. All people have the right to freedom, but Anne wasn’t sure that idea included her. During WWII, Anne and her family were forced to go into hiding like many other Jews.

Vivid snippets of two years of living in an annexe, without seeing the sun, are journalled by Anne. From their bones dwindling to her emotional growth all is reflected in her writings. She writes of her passion for literature and art, her desire to travel, the struggles of family ties in hiding: showing her incredible emotional resilience.

How does she keep her spirits alive through imagination, hold onto the hopes of free life, when they weren’t allowed to bring attention to themselves?

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Title: Penguin Select Classics: The Diary Of A Young Girl
Author: Anne Frank
Publisher: Penguin
SKU: BK0503429
EAN: 9789815162165
Number Of Pages: 260
Language: English
Binding: Hardcover
Release date: 11 April 2024

About Author

ANNE FRANK (1929-1945). Annelies Marie Frank, a Jewish girl born in the German city of Frankfurt am Main on June 12, 1929, was the child of Otto and Edith Frank. When Nazi Germany they invaded Netherlands and when the situation begun worsening for the Jews, Anne’s family took the decision to go into hiding. Just before they had gone into hiding, Anne was presented with a diary on her thirteenth birthday. This diary helped her immensely during that period as she not only wrote her day-to-day experiences, but she also wrote about her thoughts, emotions, fears, and dreams. Otto Frank survived the holocaust and decided to publish Anne’s work because he had read that Anne had aspired to be a writer. Her diary is probably the only true bitter portrayal of the Holocaust.

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