The Diary of a Young Girl

In The Diary of Anne Frank describe several conflicts that she faces, explain.

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There are many conflicts that Anne Frank faces and talks about in her diary. One conflict, is obvious. It is that of being Jewish during a time when it could cost you your life. She writes about how little by little their freedoms and properties were taken away and how she can't understand what the Jews have done to make Hitler hate them so much.

Secondly, there is the conflict that she has with her mother, Edith. Anne's mother is very disciplined and strict when it comes to how a young girl should act and think. Anne resents the restrictions that Edith places on her. She believes that her mother treats her like a child and doesn't listen to her when she tries to talk to her about her feelings.

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