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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank

  

by Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank Wednesday, June 16, 1944 Summary

  • Mrs. van Daan has totally freaked out. She’s talking about lots of morbid stuff, like getting shot. She quarrels, cusses, and cries. And it makes everybody else rude or morose.
  • She’s also totally jealous of Peter’s affection for Anne.
  • Mr. Kugler has received another call-up for doing forced work by the Germans, but he is trying to get out of it.

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