How does Anne differentiate herself from her sister Margot?
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Anne notes that her sister is very smart, "brilliant". When they arrived at the annex, Margot and her mother were too tired to help clean up, unlike, Anne and her father the self decribed "cleaner-uppers". Anne feels as if Margot gets away with more, particularly with her mother. She sees herself as an outsider, that her sister and mother are "sentimental together", whereas, she'd rather be sentimental on her own. Thus, Anne is far more comfortable with her father.
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank