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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank

  

by Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank Wednesday, March 29, 1944 Summary

  • Anne hears a suggestion on the news that after the war, people will be quite interested in reading diaries of how people lived during the war. Anne thinks this is funny since she has been keeping a diary faithfully.
  • She gets excited about the idea of publishing her journal and starts describing the kind of war events she thinks readers might be interested in.
  • As the war gets worse, fewer Dutch people collaborate with the Germans, thankfully. The Dutch people are also definitely suffering. Everyone is hungry and there’s more crime and illness.

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