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Anne Frank

Anne Frank is the daughter of Edith and Otto Frank. She is the younger sister of Margot Frank whom Anne describes as being perfect: brilliant and obedient. Anne has just turned thirteen years old when she gets a diary for her birthday. Because she feels she does not have the one true friend whom she desires, she writes her journal in a form of letters to an imaginary girl named Kitty. Anne and her family are living in Holland during the time of Hitler’s Nazi reign in Germany. Several years prior to Anne beginning her diary, the family had fled from Germany to Holland to escape Hitler’s persecution of the Jews. However, these rules spread into Holland and Anne describes the way they, as a Jewish family, are not allowed to ride on public transportation or shop in certain stores just because of their religious...

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