from the book.
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Anne had quite a few harships in the annex. but her hardships were no worse than those she shared space with. She suffered a lack of privacy, had to share a room, argued with her mother, missed her friends, and at times..... I'm sure she was bored to death. During the day, noise was forbidden; as the war progressed rations were limited. People broke into the factory, their caregivers were always in danger, and Anne, as well as the others lived with the constant fear they'd be discovered.
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank