The Diary of Anne Frank
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Certrainly made people have a sort of cabin fever.this close proximity brought the best and the worst out of people.
There isn't any privacy. All members in the Annex got testy with each other and wished for some time alone. bathing in particular. But on the whole, I think they got on extremely well.
With tension rising in the annex, fighting increases. Another terrible quarrel occurs between Mr. and Mrs. van Daan, which upsets Anne tremendously. On September 29, she writes, “What kind of explosion is hanging over us now? If only I wasn’t mixed up so much with all these rows! If I could get away!” She, however, cannot escape and must begin to endure the arguments that now flare between Mr. van Daan and Dussel. Besides crying herself to sleep, Anne begins to have nightmares. Mr. Frank, sensing that Anne and the other children are restless and anxious, institutes another study program for them. Anne, hoping to ignore the arguments, buries herself in her books.