Objects & Places from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

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Kitty - This is the name that Anne gives to her diary. She writes to this object as if she were a friend, addressing each letter "Dear ____."

Anne wants to share her thoughts completely with someone who is a real friend, and since she does not have one of these, she shares them with this object.

Anne's entries become more and more frequent as her time in the Secret Annex grows longer.

Secret Annex - This is the place where the Franks, the Van Daans, and Mr. Dussel hide.

It is the back of a warehouse building that is owned by associates of Otto Frank.

The door to this place is hidden by a swinging bookshelf.

There are three floors. There is a kitchen, bathroom, several bedrooms, and sitting rooms.

Winston Churchill - This person was the Prime Minister of England at the time of World War...

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