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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Edition by Anne Frank

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Summary

The Diary of a Young Girl is more commonly known as The Diary of Anne Frank, by Anne Frank. It is an audiobook made with the writings of the diary written in Dutch language that was kept by Anne frank during the Nazi occupation in the Netherlands, when she was hiding. Anne Frank’s family was apprehended in 1944and she passed away of typhus in the concentration camp known as Bergen-Belsen in 1945. The diary was given to her father, Otto Frank, the only known survivor, by Miep Gies who had retrieved it.

Since that moment the diary was published and translated into more than 60 different languages.

In the introduction of the audiobook Anne Fran clearly expresses her desire to find a true friend, a person whom she could share all her secrets. Even though she meets many people and makes a lot of friends, she felt that she couldn’t find what she was looking for.

She also expresses her close relationship with her dad and her not-so-close relationship with her mother, she also points out the she doesn’t have many things in common with her, but on the other hand she expresses her deep admiration for her sister who was very intelligent as well as of sweet nature.

Review

Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl is the actual diary of a teenage girl where she tells the story of how her family was living in Frankfurt, Germany when they had to go into hiding due to Hitler and the Nazi treatment of the Jew in Europe at the time of the Second World War

They run away to Amsterdam where they hide with other Jews.

There are a lot of important messages but the most important message is that everybody has the right to live, and that your ideology or race is not important as long as you are a good person.

This Dairy has become an inspiring experience where a young girl tries to be a teenager despite the difficulties that she went through during her hiding in a concentration camp.

An unforgettable story that continues to amaze the readers up to this date.

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