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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Friday, May 19, 1944 – Friday, June 23, 1944 Summary

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Friday, May 19, 1944 – Friday, June 23, 1944

In her May 19th entry, Anne reports she was sick the day before. She also writes she’s distanced herself some from Peter. A vase of carnations falls over destroying some of Anne’s genealogy work and notebooks with water. Anne is so upset she begins speaking German but her family just laughs at her. She does laugh when she sees all of her papers hanging on clotheslines in the attic to dry. In her May 22nd entry, Anne writes there has still been no invasion. Anne has additionally learned that anti-Semitism has spread to people who once would never have felt that way. She is especially surprised that the Dutch are judging the Jews as harshly as they are.

In her May 25th entry, Anne records her feelings about Bep’s announcement that she’s engaged to Bertus, a man...

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