The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

How does the fact that Anne tries to maintain a positive attitude affect the way the readers view her?

From the book: Anne Frank The Diary of a Young Girl

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Anne is a completely lovable character; the fact she really lived makes her even more special. There isn't a soul in this world who could make me believe that they didn't form a certain bond with her through her diaries, or that they didn't feel the greatest compassion and empathy for her...... not only for her situation, but for the way she andled it. Not many people can go through what she had to live through and attampt to focus on keeping their attitude positive. I view her as strong and mature; she was quite a girl!