The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

anne says margot has become quite sweet these days and isn't catty. why do you think this is so?

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Anne is maturing and Margot is beginning to see her as a friend rather than a pesky younger sister. Living in such close quarters, Anne is the closest to Margot in age. It's only fitting that they learn to appreciate each other's company.