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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl - Study Guide Monday, March 6, 1944 – Monday, March 20, 1944 Summary & Analysis

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Monday, March 6, 1944 – Monday, March 20, 1944

In her March 6th entry, Anne writes she feels responsible for being a friend to Peter now she’s learned how deeply he’s affected by his parents’ arguments. Anne considers how much her life, her personality and her goals have changed since 1942 in her March 7th entry. Anne tells Kitty about the notes she and Margot write each other in her March 8 entry. In her March 10th entry Anne reports on the many bad things that are affecting the Annex. Miep is sick, the man who has been supplying them with potatoes has been arrested, and the families were scared by someone knocking on the wall next door.

In her March 11th entry, Anne reports of her torture over her fear that Peter doesn’t feel for her as she does for him. In her March 12th entry Anne writes...

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