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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl - Tuesday, February 8, 1944 – Saturday, March 4, 1944 Summary & Analysis

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Tuesday, February 8, 1944 – Saturday, March 4, 1944

In her February 8th entry, Anne tells about a longing within herself that she can’t quite describe. Anne discovers a sense of camaraderie with Peter when he becomes short tempered with Dussel in her February 12th entry. In her February 14th entry, Anne writes that Dussel told Anne’s mother Peter had apologized to her. When Anne asks Peter, he is angry and assures her he did not. In her February 16th entry Anne writes mostly about her developing friendship with Peter. Anne reads some of her writing to Mrs. van Daan and Peter, she writes in her February 17th entry. On February 18th, Anne writes because of her friendship with Peter, she now has something to which she can look forward. Although Anne denies in her February 19th entry that she is falling in love with Peter, she writes...

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