The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

Anne is maturer than many girls of her age.discuss and illustrate


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I think that part of the reason Anne Frank remains so endearing is that she was not unlike other teenage girls of her age. She fought with her mother, she had adolescent fantasies about boys, and she had a diary that contained all her coming of age teen-angst. What set her a part was the fact that she had to grow up ever so quickly. She really did not get a chance to make her mistakes and feel the highs and lows of teen life the way she should have been afforded. Instead, Ann had to contend with life and death. Ann had to live in fear and ponder both the depravity and heroism of human nature. In the end, Ann would not live but she carried herself with maturity beyond her years.