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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Tuesday, June 27, 1944 – Tuesday, August 1, 1944 Summary

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Tuesday, June 27, 1944 – Tuesday, August 1, 1944

In her June 27th entry, Anne writes the invasion is going well. In her June 30th entry, Anne shows off her English skills and reports the invasion continues to go well. In her July 7th entry, Anne writes that Peter has begun to lean on her in a way that she finds uncomfortable. She believes Peter’s problem is that he doesn’t have a goal. She also thinks some of Peter’s problem is his bad attitude toward religion. Anne believes it is a great gift to be able to believe in a higher power. The office and Annex residents have gotten twenty-four crates of strawberries. They’ve also gotten twenty pounds of peas.

Anne discusses the book “What Do You Think of the Modern Young Girl?” in her July 15th entry. She believes the book helps her to understand...

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