The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

How is Anne different from everyone else in the house, besides her age?

At act 1 scene 3

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She is just approaching the very difficult years. She had anticipated those years and what new things she would be experiencing. All of those experiences are now taken away for the foreseeable future. She also, through her diary, shows us that she is more thoughtful, that she is more optimistic, and that she admires her father more than some of the others.