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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Wednesday, March 22, 1944 – Thursday, April 6, 1944 Summary

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Wednesday, March 22, 1944 – Thursday, April 6, 1944

In her March 22rd entry, Anne copies the text of a letter from Margot encouraging her relationship with Peter. She shares with Kitty her belief that Peter really does care for her. In a return letter to Margot, Anne tells her she can come join them whenever she wishes. Anne reports the men who supplied their ration books have been released from jail so things are back to normal in that aspect in her March 23rd entry. She adds that a plane crashed near their house, killing a few people. The Germans shot at the plane’s crew as they tried to parachute to safety. Anne writes also that she and Peter have a discussion about sex.

In her March 24th entry, Anne writes the van Daans and Dussel kid her about her visits to Peter’s room. The parents have...

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