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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Not me, I liked it from the start; it sounds so reassuring, especially at night. In her isolation from the outer world of Holland, Anne is comforted by the sounds of the outside world intruding in their isolated place. In her emotional isolation from her family and fellow Secret Annex inhabitants, Anne is finding feelings of companionship with inanimate objects, such as the clock and her diary.

I feel wicked sleeping in a warm bed, while somewhere out there my dearest friends are dropping from exhaustion or being knocked to the ground. Anne recognizes in an instant how different this "inside" world is from the world "outside. I am surrounded by too great a void. I never used to give it much thought, since my mind was filled with my friends and having a good time.

Now I think either about unhappy things or about myself. Anne realizes that she is isolated from her family; without her friends that formerly gave her comfort, she feels very much alone. I understand my girlfriends better than my own mother. Anne expresses a typical adolescent sentiment — that she can relate to her friends better than to her family. Yesterday Mother and I had another run-in and she really kicked up a fuss.

She told Daddy all of my sins and started to cry, which made me cry too, and I already had such an awful headache. The trials and tribulations of adolescence are well under way, only they are perhaps exacerbated because nobody can get away from anybody else. I was suffering then and still do from moods that kept my head under water figuratively speaking and allowed me to see things only from my own perspective, without calmly considering what the others — those whom I, with my mercurial temperament, had hurt or offended — had said, and then acting as they would have done.

The war is going to go on despite our quarrels and our longing for freedom and fresh air [. And all I really want is to be an honest-to-goodness teenager! Anne believes the war has made her grow old too quickly. She has lost her chance to be a young person, enjoying life.

Anne believes that the natural mental and emotional patterns of growth for adolescents were sped up in her case as a result of living in a difficult situation. Why did he fall short when he tried to offer me a helping hand? The answer is this: he used the wrong methods. He always talked to me as if I were a child going through a difficult phase.

But he overlooked one thing: he failed to see that this struggle to triumph over my difficulties was more important to me than anything else. Anne wanted parental care and guidance but needed to be seen and taken seriously as an individual rather than being written off as a typical teen.

Anne feels safe and does not focus on the fact that, despite her hiding spot, her life is still at grave risk. Terrible things are happening outside. At any time of night and day, poor helpless people are being dragged out of their homes. Families are torn apart; men, women and children are separated. Children come home from school to find that their parents have disappeared. Women return from shopping to find their houses sealed, their families gone. The Christians in Holland are also living in fear because their sons are being sent to Germany.

Everyone is scared. Every night hundreds of planes pass over Holland on their way to German cities, to sow their bombs on German soil. Every hour hundreds, or maybe even thousands, of people are being killed in Russia and Africa. No one can keep out of the conflict, the entire world is at war, and even though the Allies are doing better, the end is nowhere in sight. Luckier than millions of people.

Anne describes the war outside and how all the suffering leads to death, but she does not connect these ideas to her own mortality; she feels safely removed. I see the eight of us in the Annex as if we were a patch of blue sky, surrounded by menacing black clouds. We look at the fighting down below and the peace and beauty up above. It looms before us like an impenetrable wall, trying to crush us [.

I want to go on living even after my death! Anne begins to realize the possibility of her death, but seeks a way to find immortality through her diary. That night I really thought I was going to die. I waited for the police and I was ready for death, like a soldier on a battlefield.

Before this point, Anne never really thought she might die; when the police knocking on their disguised entrance to the Secret Annex, Anne must confront her mortality directly. The police forced the door there; they could just as easily do that here too! Anne seems to generally be aware of her mortality, but attempts not to ever allow its presence in her consciousness or even writing for fear it might come true.

But we all shrink from this thought. Anne realizes what her fate would have been if she were not in hiding; her suffering is very strong but eased by hope. Our freedom was severely restricted by a series of anti-Jewish decrees: Jews were required to wear a yellow star; Jews were required to turn in their bicycles; Jews were forbidden to use streetcars; Jews were forbidden to ride in cars, even their own; Jews were required to do their shopping between 3 and 5 P.

These are just a few examples of how Nazi policies imposed an identity on Jewish people. They were identified as separate, different, and less than human.

Everyone is huffing and puffing, and in this heat I have to walk everywhere. Only now do I realize how pleasant a streetcar is, but we Jews are no longer allowed to make use of this luxury; our own two feet are good enough for us [. In this passage, we see that the identity being imposed upon Anne by the Nazis is not, in Anne's view, reinforced by the Dutch people. National identity is confusing. How much our identities are influenced by the nation we live in or are born in is different for each person.

While the Nazi party was in power, proper German identity meant hating Jewish people. Rauter, some German bigwig, recently gave a speech. The province of Utrecht will be cleansed of Jew [as if they were cockroaches] between April 1 and May 1, and the provinces of North and South Holland between May 1 and June 1. Anne understands that many Jewish people were being forced to experience the identity the Nazis so brutally carved out for them.

The final sentence of the quote is interesting because it shows that Anne believes such treatment unjust for both people and animals. Anne yearns for her old identity, the identity of a girl fully immersed in life. This passage shows that she feels guilt for her yearning, when others are suffering worse than she. She uses this guilt to try to blunt her longing. We can never be just Dutch, or just English, or whatever, we will always be Jews as well.

What for a non-Jewish person would be considered a mistake, for a Jewish person could be considered proof of a collective inferiority. At night in bed I see myself alone in a dungeon, without Father and Mother. Despite all my theories and efforts, I miss — every day and every hour of the day — having a mother who understands me.

I find it difficult to describe what I mean, but the word "mom" says it all. Anne feels very much a need for maternal caring, which her mother is not providing, and this realization causes Anne to want to eventually be the kind of mother that she herself longs to have. Mother has said that she sees us more as friends than as daughters. That's all very nice, of course, except that a friend can't take the place of a mother. I need my mother to set a good example and be a person I can respect, but in most matters she's an example of what not to do.

Being isolated from the war, the members of the Secret Annex have a difficult time understanding the scope of the damage and the effect the war is having on their country.

All we can do is wait, as calmly as possible, for it to end. Jews and Christians alike are waiting, the whole world is waiting, and many are waiting for death. Anne sees the war as causing suffering not only for the Jews, but for the world as a whole, regardless of race or religion. There are many resistance groups, such as Free Netherlands, that forge identity cards, provide financial support to those in hiding, organize hiding places and find work for young Christians who go underground.

Oh no, the common man is every bit as guilty; otherwise, people and nations would have rebelled long ago! And until all of humanity, without exception, undergoes a metamorphosis, wars will continue to be waged, and everything that has been carefully built up, cultivated and grown will be cut down and destroyed, only to start all over again!

Anne argues that it is not just the war-mongering politicians who are guilty, but everyone who does not stand up for justice and peace. A huge commotion in the Annex! Is this really the beginning of the long-awaited liberation?

Will this year, , bring us victory? It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again. Yet I cling to them because I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are good at heart. I see the world being slowly transformed into a wilderness, I hear the approaching thunder that, one day, will destroy us too, I feel the suffering of millions.

And yet, when I look up at the sky, I somehow feel that everything will change for the better, that this cruelty will end, that peace and tranquility will return once more.

Ultimately, despite the horrors of war, Anne reaffirms her belief in the essential goodness of mankind. Some readers believe that Anne begins to explore her new feelings for Peter van Daan out a need for something pleasant in her life rather than out of genuine interest in him. That might not be a Hollywood romance, but it sounds like some kind of love to us. Not surprisingly under the circumstances, Anne is getting her fantasy life and her real life all mixed up. In the meantime, things are getting more and more wonderful here.

I think, Kitty, that true love may be developing in the Annex. As usual, Anne is a blend of practicality and high emotion when it comes to love.

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Find out more. At the start of her diary, Anne describes fairly typical girlhood experiences, writing about her friendships with other girls, her crushes on boys, and her academic performance at school. Because anti-Semitic laws forced Jews into separate schools, Anne and her older sister, Margot, attended the Jewish Lyceum in Amsterdam.

A temporarily stranded Syrian child is seen at a refugee camp in Greece on Feb. As feuding forces waged battles in her hometown of Aleppo, Myriam's family was forced to gather only what they could carry and flee their homes in search of safety.

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Keeping a diary or daily planner is the number one way to stay organized. They were our wonderful tools to spill out our emotions, feelings and even memories. As you get older, diaries and planners become tools for success.

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Not me, I liked it from the start; it sounds so reassuring, especially at night. In her isolation from the outer world of Holland, Anne is comforted by the sounds of the outside world intruding in their isolated place. In her emotional isolation from her family and fellow Secret Annex inhabitants, Anne is finding feelings of companionship with inanimate objects, such as the clock and her diary.

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Oct 8, - The Semplica-Girl Diaries. By George Flower garden tended by separate guy, weirdly also named Karl. Lilly: Wouldn't Will quote in part.

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