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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl - Study Guide Friday, April 28, 1944 – May 16, 1944 Summary & Analysis

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Friday, April 28, 1944 – May 16, 1944

In her April 28th entry, Anne describes her overwhelming joy in her developing relationship with Peter. She has finally let Peter reach a part of her that few people have seen. She feels shell-shocked when she leaves Peter’s room and goes directly to her family with no alone time for emotional adjustment. Although she cherishes the way Peter makes her feel, she knows that if he asked, she would not marry him because he is too immature and lacks confidence. In her May 2nd entry Peter agrees with Anne that she should tell her father they’ve decided to be a couple. Anne’s father first tells her to be careful, then later suggests that she not take the relationship too seriously and that she be the one to set up boundaries. Anne additionally writes that the argument between Dussel and the...

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