The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

why does anne feel it is better to talk to herself than to others at the dinner table

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Anne talks to herself more at dinner table than others because she's perceived as less chatty. She was labelled "chatty" in school.

Also Anne feels that it will be better than to talk to others because at times she feels that people will not take her seriously and the others feel that she talks toomuch


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Anne frank has become distant from her mother and her love life is hard to explain to her sister.

Firsly, no one is annoyed with her chatter. Secondly, she doesn't need to worry about anyones opinions


Anne Frank- The Diary of a young girl