The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

Explain how Anne feels about Margot and why?

Explain how Anne feels about Margot and why?

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Anne is somewhat jealous of Margot, but she loves her dealy. Margot is the perfect older child, she never gets yelled at and is very like her mother.... something that creates a bond between them that Anne seems to lack. Anne sees her mother and sister as one...... they side against her.... together.

I don't get along with Margot very well either. Even though our family never has the same kind of outbursts they have upstairs, I find it far from pleasant. Margot's and Mother's personalities are so alien to me. I understand my girlfriends better than my own mother. Isn't that a shame?

Some people, like the van Daans, seem to take special delight not only in raising their own children but in helping others raise theirs. Margot doesn't need it, since she's naturally good, kind and clever, perfection itself, but I seem to have enough mischief for the two of us.

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The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank