Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Test | Final Test - Hard

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

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Mr. Van Daan do to cope with the stresses of his life?

2. What is Anne's greatest wish in life?

3. About what did the report on Dutch News from London talk?

4. What organization forges identity cards?

5. While Anne does not enjoy the frequent discussions of politics, there is one thing she believes to be perfect about the political situation. What is it?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Peter say that Anne helps him? How does Anne respond in her diary?

2. What is the one thing that Anne desperately wants?

3. What happens to cause Anne to question her relationship with Peter?

4. What was Bolkstein, an M.P., talking about on Dutch News from London?

5. What are food cycles, according to Anne?

6. Describe Anne's feelings for Peter Van Daan.

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

8. What does Peter joke about that disturbs Anne? Why does this bother her?

9. Why is Anne disappointed with Peter? Do they still talk?

10. What does Anne think Peter's problem is? And what does she think of this problem?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

One of the things that stands out about Anne's diary is its constant referral to her depression and her problems with feeLing blue. Bring confined in the small space for over two years, Anne and the rest of the occupants seem to come up with their own ways of handling the pressures.

1. How does Anne cope with her depression?

2. How do others in the Annexe deal with the stress and anxiety?

Essay Topic 2

Anne is very quick to point out the unfairness in the world around her. Give five examples of the unfairness she sees in her surroundings as well as in the outside world. Additionally, describe how each of these injustices affect Anne directly.

Essay Topic 3

In the beginning of her diary, Anne has romantic thoughts about love, and she lists a number of crushes she has. How does her outlook on love change as she lives in the Annexe? Focus specifically on her relationship with Peter.

Also, why does she start to combine her relationship with Peter Wessel with Peter Van Daan? How does this seem to help her manage her feelings about both boys?

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