Diary Of Anne Frank
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Over the course of the diary, she grows from a spoiled, somewhat naive young girl of thirteen to a self-aware independent young woman of fifteen. Although she has little political consciousness at the beginning of the diary, she grows to question anti-Semitism and the point of war. During her time in the annex, she suffers from boredom, despair, and the petty persecution of those around her. She also discovers a wealth of good qualities in herself.