The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank


How was her behavior toward her father the beginning ...n changes tht occued..


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Anne idolized her father, she was Daddy's girl, and her feeling were reciprocated. None-the-less, like most girls, Anne gets rebellious when her father voices his opinions about her relationship with Peter. Her reaction and the ensuing letter written to her father are cruel and downright mean. She's immature, the boy has become more important than the father, and teenage hormones are in full swing. By the end of the novel, we see Mr. Frank through new eyes, as Anne is maturing and beginning to see the whole picture.... the world beyond herself. Daddy' girl, and the hormonal teenager in love have disappeared. In her diary, we can see that she is finally seeing the world and people around her as something beyond herself. Mr. Frank is well loved, but Anne also comes to see his faults and weaknesses.


The Diary of Anne Frank