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I think Anne's feelings and emotions are constantly in flux, she is a teenage girl after all!Anne certainly understands how lucky her family is for the most. She understands that her father's non-Jewish friends are putting their lives at great risk by providing food and the necessities of life. At the same time she complains about the cramped conditions and the "cabin fever" that affects them all. In the end though she discovers how incredible life is and how evading the Nazis is a gift afforded to few Jews.