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Anne frequently mentions her desire for fresh air, and she says all she needs to be happy is sunshine and cloudless skies. 5. Anne and Peter wrestle with their inner feelings, are uncertain, and are too sensitive. 42 Focus on Reading: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl 6. She now wants friends, not followers, and people who like her for who she is inside. 7. Mummy’s advice is to think of all the people that have worse problems and be thankful you are not sharing in them, and Anne says to go to nature to recapture happiness in God and yourself.

Does Anne agree with everyone else’s opinions of England’s involvement? How can you explain this? © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing 30 Focus on Reading: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl STUDENT NAME ___________________________________________________ DATE__________________ V. Thursday, 23 March, 1944–Monday, 5 June, 1944 After Reading Deepen Your Understanding Anne’s biggest dream is to go on living even after her death. Does she accomplish this dream? Explain. © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing 31 Focus on Reading: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl STUDENT NAME ___________________________________________________ DATE__________________ VI.

4. Peter is poor because he does not have religion to believe in. 5. It is easier to be old because they have already formed their opinions. Answer Key 6. The first meaning is that she always gets in the last word in any discussion. Also, Anne has two sides, one side takes everything lightly, and the other side is deeper and purer. 7. Anne can’t act seriously because everyone thinks it is another joke of hers. 8. Anne, Mrs. Van Daan, Margot, and Mummy were all sent to Auschwitz and all die there or at Belsen, another camp.

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