The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

How does Mr. Dussel's arrival increase tension and make things complicated in the secret annex?

This is for the play version of The Diary Of Anne Frank, and there was no scene nor act noted for this question.

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Mr. Dussel stays in Anne's room and drives her crazy with his odd nocturnal habits. He can also be petty and small-minded. He has a short temper and is rather self-centered.