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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank


by Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank Sunday, March 19, 1944 Summary

  • Anne decides to talk with Peter about why he is mad at her. He’s definitely mad because he has refused the sausage she brought for him.
  • Turns out he didn’t refuse the sausage because he was mad. But how’s a girl supposed to know that?
  • Anne and Peter talk about their disappointment in their parents and bond (yet again) on this topic.
  • They open their hearts to each other even more. Some topics: the ways they deal with stress, what they thought of each other in 1942, loneliness, the inner self.
  • Anne is very happy about the conversation.

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