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 is Mr. Frank's advice to Anne?

2. About what does Dussel always talk?

3. Which is NOT a name for a special news service that the secret hiding space members have heard of?

4. 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?

5. Why are Dussel and Mr. Van Daan not speaking?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Peter admire about Anne, and what prompts him to share this revelation with her?

2. Anne has changed in this first section of March 7. How has she changed?

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

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

5. Anne decides she has learned how to get along with Mrs. Van Daan. What are some of the qualities that Anne appreciates in Mrs. Van Daan now?

6. Why is Anne upset with her mother on March 17, 1944? What things is Mrs. Frank asking of her daughter?

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

8. Describe the scene with Bosche and Peter.

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

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

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

Being so close together, tensions often flared in the Annexe. But since Anne is the only reporter of these tensions, it's hard to see how others felt about her.

1. What do you think Mrs. Van Daan felt about Anne? Why?

2. What do you think Mrs. Frank felt about Anne? Why?

3. What do you think Peter felt about Anne? Why?

4. What do you think Mr. Dussel thought about Anne? Why?

Essay Topic 3

Writing and communication are important parts of Anne's life, from her dream to be a journalist to her later comments about wanting to record events.

1. How does Anne change from the beginning of her diary to the end in relation to her writing?

2. How does Anne's communication with others change?

3. How does Anne use writing to change the inner world of the Annexe and her relationships?

4. Why does she even write in the first place?

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