The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

Mr.Dussel and Mrs.van Daan are Particularly troublesome to Anne.Explain why.

Mr.Dussel and Mrs.van Daan are Particularly troublesome to Anne.Explain why.

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Mr. Dussel and Anne share a room in the annex, and the two drive each other crazy. Mr. Dussel talks a lot, loves to give Anne sermons on her behavior, and tends to tattle on her if she does something wrong. Thus, he not only regularly admonishes her for her behavior, he follows it up by reporting to her mother.

Anne finds Mrs. van Daan to be vain and argumentative. She also finds Mrs. van Daan's flirting with her father to be completely inappropriate.

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The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank