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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was Mr. Van Daan's past job?



2. Who says, "This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning"?



3. What does Anne do in response to loud war noises outside?



4. What does Anne say would help her more than what she swallows in #85?



5. What did Anne NOT receive?



Short Essay Questions

1. Anne is beginning to develop into a young woman. Give two examples of how the reader can see this in the diary entries.



2. What are the differences in the conversations that the men have versus the women? About what do they each talk?



3. The Jews are restricted in many ways during this time of the second World Wars. What are some of the restrictions that Anne acknowledges?



4. What did Anne do at her birthday party?



5. Anne decides that her diary should be addressed as though it were a friend. How does she decide to do this?



6. Anne gets news of the outside world and what is happening to the Jews who are caught. What are some of the things that are happening?



7. What does Anne's father think about Anne and Peter? How do his feelings change?



8. With whom is Anne friends?



9. Anne has a busy day of reading on April 27th. About what does she begin to read?



10. Anne and Peter's relationship is starting to change. What are three things that Peter does that make him seem like he might like Anne more?



Essay Topics

While Anne's diary speaks about injustices done to her as she lives among everyone, she also shares a lot of the blame for conflicts which take place.

1. What might annoy others about Anne?

2. What does Anne do that might cause more conflict than necessary?

3. How does Anne mature as the diary goes on?

Food is an important part of the power struggle in the Annexe.

1. Give examples of how the dwindling rations affected the occupants of the Annexe.

2. Mrs. Van Daan is thought to be having more than her share. How does this affect everyone else?

3. What do the occupants do to get more food?

How does Anne's Jewish faith help her as she grows up in the Annexe? How does it hurt her? In general, how do the occupants of the Annexe use faith to help them make it through the long days and years?

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