The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank


Anne says she has a number of traits. What are they? Text needed.

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Anne alludes to charming and says Peter describes her as attractive. Anne also cites herself as clever, witty, intelligent, hardworking, honest, and generous.

You're probably wondering how I could have charmed all those people. Peter says It's because I'm "attractive," but that isn't it entirely. The teachers were amused and entertained by my clever answers, my witty remarks, my smilng face and my critical mind. That's all I was: a terrible flirt, coquettish and amusing. I had a few plus points, which kept me in everybody's good graces: I was hardworking, honest and generous. I would never have refused anyone who wanted to peek at my answers, I was magnanimous with my candy, and I wasn't stuck-up.


The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank