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This book talks about the author got a present which is a dairy from her birthday So then she begins to write whats happening everyday in her life She begins to write this book 2 days after her birthday until the year of 1944 Aug 1st This dairy mostly talks about the authors life in the attic of the occupant while her family was hiding from the discovery and capture Meanwhile Mr and Mrs Van Daan brought the Annes family to the attic They were having a conflict in the attic between Annes mother and her sister But through this conflict she fell in love with the son of the Van Daan The air raids and bombings came closer to the building where the place the family of Frank and Van Daan are living However since Anne was a positive person she tried to be positive and not to be fear At the end everyone in the attic were discovered and sent to the concentration camp Anne was a Jewish person living in Holland Jewish people were not allowed to do many different things like going out after eight oclock at night kids have to go to Jewish schools putting a yellow star on their clothes for identifying their Jewish and etc But Anne never looked at things very negatively Reversely she was positive and optimistic at things happening around her She tried to express her feelings to her truly friend - Kitty the diary since she didnt trust anyone to confide her feelings Also when they had a conflict between her and her family the relationship was getting worse but she also tried her best to solve the problem What I have leaned from her is that I shall not be afraid or look at things so negatively whenever I have a really bad situation Also I feel that I have a more fortunate life than others because the Jewish people were not allowed
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