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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Thursday, January 6, 1944 – Thursday, February 3, 1944 Summary

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Thursday, January 6, 1944 – Thursday, February 3, 1944

In her first of two entries on January 6th, Anne writes about her realization that she wants her mother to be a mother, not a friend. She also writes about her fascination with her period and the female body. In a second January 6th entry, Anne writes that she is so lonely she has decided to try to get Peter to talk to her. In a January 7th entry Anne writes about her newly found affection for a boy on whom she’d had a crush during her earlier school years. Anne writes that she’s been practicing ballet in her January 12th entry. She believes that Petel, the boy she liked in school, has been sent to her as a comforter. In her January 15th entry, Anne feels it is not productive to continue writing about the squabbles in her...

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