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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl - Saturday, October 30, 1943 – Sunday, January 2, 1944 Summary & Analysis

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Saturday, October 30, 1943 – Sunday, January 2, 1944

In her October 30th entry, Anne writes about her relationship with her parents. She adores her father, but feels he doesn’t really know her or love her for who she is. She feels that she doesn’t love her mother because her mother has never been a mother to her. She longs to have someone with whom she can discuss her quandary concerning her relationship with her parents.

In her November 3rd entry, Anne writes of the little acts of carelessness that she sees beginning to happen in the Annex. She is afraid it is one of these acts that may give them away. Anne describes how her constant fear has left her depressed and afraid that her life will never be normal in her November 8th entry. In her November 11th entry Anne writes of accidentally throwing her fountain...

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