The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

Anne’s feelings about what the helpers have done for her and the other Annese residents can best be described as inconsiderate and amusing.

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False, Ann really appreciated the helpers, "‘The best example of this is our own helpers, who have managed to pull us through so far and will hopefully bring us safely to shore..."