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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 Mrs. Van Daan criticize Mr. Dussel for during the first holiday celebrated while in hiding?
2. What is Mrs. Van Daan most proud of about her body?
3. What is Mr. Dussel's occupation?
4. What does Anne hear in the distance after asking Mrs. Van Daan about her life before marriage?
5. What gift does Anne's father give her on their first day in the hiding place?
Short Essay Questions
1. What frightens Anne the most on her first night in hiding?
2. Who does Mr. Van Daan blame for his life ending up in hiding, and what are his reasons for thinking this way?
3. What is the gift Anne makes for Margot on Hannukah?
4. Why is Mrs. Frank trying to be supportive of the visits between Anne and Peter?
5. Why does Mr. Frank move to Holland?
6. What does Anne tell Peter is the worst part of hiding for her?
7. What happens when Mrs. Frank tries to comfort Anne after her nightmares?
8. What is Anne worried about when he shows Mr. Dussel his room, and what is his response to this?
9. Who breaks into the office below the apartment, and what could this mean for the hiding families?
10. What does Mrs. Van Daan criticize Mr. Dussel for during the Hannukah celebration?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Much of this plot follows the relationship between Anne and Peter. How does this relationship change over the course of the plot, and what causes these changes?
Essay Topic 2
Training and education are topics of discussion in this book. Where do these topics appear in this book, and what affect do they have on the characters involved in those scenes?
Essay Topic 3
There are many secrets made, kept, and divulged in this book. What are some of these secrets, and how does their placement in the plot affect the course of the plot and the characters involved in the secrets?
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