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Today, I am going to discuss the bestselling, fictional book, The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank. In her book, Annelise Marie -- better known as Anne Frank, files her experiences during the Holocaust and World War II (WWII). Clients are far better able to acquire a sense of the suspense going on and emotion that Jews experienced, through a teenaged mind. Anne Frank was just about 13 when she began writing about her book and 14 throughout concealing. She talks about the hazards of outside, bombings, shootings, and air raids of alien enemies, as well as the "call ups" by Gestapo and the capture of her fellow acquaintances (such as their experiences in the brutal concentration camps). The publication is organized by journal dates and usually begin with "Dear Kitty," From here I will outline several sections of the book. Let us begin. At the beginning of the novel, you understand that Anne receives "Kitty" or her journal as a 13th birthday gift. Out of here, Anne begins writing by diary summaries. I will begin the summary here. Diary entries, from June 12, 1942 to Wednesday, June 24, 1942 clarify Anne Frank's character, her life including her crushes/loves/"boyfriends", along with her family. Now, you are familiar with how Anne thinks, what she believes, and how everybody interacts with her. She has fair grades in college but is confident she'll advance to the next grade. Diary entries, July 1, 1942 to July 10, 1942 discuss Anne's crushes. You know about her connection with "Hello" and Peter Wessel. Hi is a 16-year-old boy who falls in love with Anne after walking her house daily. They talk with each other and develop prospective feelings, although there are things that hold them back despite their love for each other...