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Comparison of Two Families in "The Diary of Anne Frank"

Summary: The Franks and the Van Danns are compared in "The Diary of Anne Frank."
The time was 1942. The setting was Amsterdam. And the danger was imminent. The time has come, the time for the showdown that shall determine the annals of history. In the mist of battles which abounds in the realm of Europe, two Jewish families, hoping in vain to elude the malignant venom of the Green Police, consented to put aside their differences and go into hiding.

The first family, the Franks, is a group of four. Otto Frank, the father and guidance of the household, is calm and always retains a compassion for people. Even with the world falling apart on their roof, he always tries to put others first and attempt to comprehend their actions. For example, when Mr. Van Daan is caught stealing food under the circumstances that millions outside are starving every passing moment, Mr. Frank understood Mr...

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