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  • Last Seven Months Of Anne Frank
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    The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank Anne Frank has become the best know symbol for those Jews murdered during the Second World War. She wrote her diary while hiding in the attic from 1942 to 1944. The final chapters of Anne's life, the unwritten chapters of her diary include the arrest, deportation, and annihilation of herself along with six million Jewish victims of whom more than half were woman and children. Anne, her sister Margot, and their mother Edith met their deaths in the concentration...
  • Anne Franks Diary
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    The Diary of Anne Frank is about a girl that kept a diary while hiding from Nazis in Amsterdam for two years. The diary ends when the Nazis found her and her family. Her whole family was killed in exception for her father. She was given the journal on her thirteenth birthday. She simply summarized her life for two years in this phenomenal journal. This journal was found after she was killed. The book was published in 1947. Twenty-five million copies were sold and it was written in fifty-four lan...
  • Ann's Father Mr Frank
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    Ann Frank was a bright happy 13-year-old Jewish girl. She was born in Germany. Ann lived with her Father, Mother and Sister. Her father owned his own business. He sold herbs and spices until 1940, when Hitler came into power. Ann's father Mr. Frank was a kind man. He did not want to see his family go to a prison camp or be murdered because they were Jewish. Mr. Frank decided to take his family into hiding. He had a friend named Mike, who hid his family in the annex of the building she had a busi...
  • Anne Frank And Her Family
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    Anne Frank was a German-Jewish diarist. She was known for the diary she wrote while hiding from anti-Jewish persecution in Amsterdam during World War II. Her diary describes with wisdom and humor the two difficult years she spent in seclusion before her tragic death at the age of 15. Since it was first published in 1947, her diary has appeared in more than 50 languages. Perhaps more than any other figure, Anne Frank gave a human face to the victims of the Holocaust. Anne lies Marie Frank was bor...
  • My Aunt Ann
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    02-07-05 Coping with Death People cope with the loss of a loved one in many ways. For some, the experience may lead to personal growth, even though it is a difficult and trying time. There is no right way of coping with death. The way a person grieves depends on the personality of that person and the relationship with the person who has died. How a person copes with grief is affected by the person's cultural and religious background, coping skills, mental history, support systems, and the person...
  • Persuasion As Anne Elliott
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    The Upper Class and Miss Anne Elliott Jane Austen, it appears, seems to be saddened by the decay of England's aristocratic social order. The study of her main character, Anne Elliot, and her innocent yet intelligent-like persona take her readers further into the core of her foundation of ethics, and the relation of these to the daunting traditions of her immediate family and surrounding social circle gives the reader a fresh look at the importance of class distinction and the clearly perceptible...
  • Example Of Taylor And Turtle
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    Modern Day Families Modern families, while they may contain a different amount of members, or members of a different race, than the stereotypical family, are still an amalgamated unit and have the same love for one another no matter how many people, or of what race certain people are, are in it. In Barbara Kingsolver's novel, the Bean Trees, this is proven many times, especially in the bond shared between Taylor, the novel's unlikely protagonist, and Turtle, the small Native American waif who is...
  • Annes Involvement In The Movement
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    Anne Moody pessimism towards African Americans overcoming racism and discrimination in the United States stems largely from the lack of support and poor treatment towards the movement. Throughout Annes involvement with the movement towards racial equality she encountered many unexpected hurdles in the form of peoples hatred and fears. The summer before entering high school Anne learned of the lynching of a young boy by the name of Emmett Till and the local police departments unwillingness to bri...
  • Diary Of Anne Franks
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    blk 2 The Diary of Anne Frank Journeying back to the early nineteenth century, when Nazi forces occupied Germany during World War II, the lives of those living in this territory was spent in constant fear and anxiety. The Diary of Anne Frank leads readers through the harsh times of a family trying to escape imprisonment in concentration camps by Nazi soldiers, where death was almost certain. Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during th...

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