The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

What are the symbols used in the diary of Anne Frank?

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There are quite a few symbols. People often become symbolic in the book. Consider Anne’s grandmother who appears to Anne in her dreams. When Anne thinks of her grandmother, she pictures unconditional love as well as a more peaceful time before the war. Hanneli also appears in Anne's dreams. She is a symbol of guilt for an: a young girl, like Anne, who was deported by the Nazis.