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Point of View

Since the book is in the form of a diary, it should be no surprise that it is written from the first person point of view. The words are Anne’s descriptions of what she is thinking and feeling as if she were writing to a best friend. Since the diary is written in the words of a girl who grows from the age of thirteen to fifteen while writing the diary, the reader will notice an emotional growth in her thoughts and ideas. In a few places in her diary Anne adds notes to the entries that she wrote in the past commenting that she cannot believe she was so immature or immodest to write about some of the things that she had discussed. Anne additionally tells the things that are happening in the world around her and her own little world of the Secret...

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