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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank


by Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank Saturday, March 18, 1944 Summary

  • This entry is all about sex. We’re serious. Check it out.
  • Anne thinks parents are stupid for not just telling their kids all about sex at age twelve.
  • She also thinks that it’s okay for a man to "bring a little experience to a marriage."
  • Anne figured out about sex piecemeal through friends, books, and intuition. Yet, she still has unanswered questions that she’s curious about.

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