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Anne Frank

Summary: An essay consists of a discussion regarding Anne Frank.
The years leading up to maturity are a very confusing time. It is the time when a young person is suddenly hurled into a world of change. He or she has to strive to not seem ignorant or immature in other people's eyes. I find it perplexing that, even though they have gone through the same confusing period of life, many adults tend to ridicule maturing youth. This is the case with Anne Frank. She finds herself surrounded by elders constantly irritated at her "ignorance." It is my opinion that the unfamiliar world of the Secret Annex caused Anne to be alienated, and that what looked like immaturity to the other people in the annex was actually a very confused girl not knowing how to act. In other words, I believe Anne wasn't treated fairly by adults in many instances.

From day one in the annex, people are...

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