She was officially seen as a German until 1941. She lived with her father Otto and mother Edith Frank. Her intelligence and sensitivity are also evident in the way that she views those around her. Throughout the rest of the diary, Anne shows her ability to cope in a variety of ways. Because only then does one feel that all is as it should be and that God wishes to see people happy, amidst the simple beauty of nature. Her writing had a transformative power that took every day mundane activities and made it into amusing anecdotes, showing us how a claustrophobic space such as the secret annex could also be a fertile ground for creativity and imagination.
Frank: He is a warm and caring father, but is also a businessman. People would have to stand in line to buy vegetables and all kinds of goods, doctors could not visit their patients and automobiles were stolen. She was born on June 12,1929, in Frankfurt, Germany, and was four years old when her father moved to Holland to find a better place for the family to live was the youngest child of Mr. Because she is Jewish and living in Holland during the reign of Hitler, she is unable to have an ordinary life and fulfill her dreams. Over the course of the diary, she grows from a spoiled, somewhat naive young girl of thirteen to a self-aware young woman of fifteen.
She is very intelligent and perceptive, and she wants to become a writer. He is ashamed of his son, and his wife, Augusta embarasses him. According to Anne, he is intelligent, opinionated, pragmatic, and somewhat egotistical. She does not know, and was never told, that they could have left the country, or been given an easier assylum due to Mr. We may also note Gulliver's lack of ingenuity and savvy.
Anne was an optimistic girl who learned a lot from her sufferings. Anne was a girl who lived with her family during the time while the Nazis took power over Germany. The common occurrences during that time were that of frightened women, trembling houses, raging epidemics and people relentlessly stalked by hunger. A characteristic to describe Anne is cheerful. Anne takes refuge in her diary, even at times considering it her best friend.
When Anne was still alive she had expressed interest in having her diary published as a record of her experience. Newspapers were filled with reward notices for the return of stolen typewriters, Persian rugs, electric clocks, fabrics and so on. What kind of details can you select to create that emotional reaction? She longs for a normal life - to have friends, to go to school, to have some independence and privacy, to go outside. Anne was born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany, and was four years old when her father moved to Holland to find a better place for the family to live. What do the dreams and visions remind Anne? The Frank's weren't the only ones in this attic, there were other people such as the Van Daans. He has a reputation of being able to handle difficult cases and prevent, or at least lessen, danger, with good reason. She enjoyed shorthand but later left it as her eyesight grew weak and she could not visit an ophthalmologist as long as she was in hiding in the secret annexe.
Besides doing her chores, studying, and reading, Anne also comes up with her own entertainment. Frank's service in the First World War for Germany. Once she had her mind set on something she wanted, she wouldn't let go. Anne was an extremely caring person. Mortimer did, when they do not know what else to do.
. She considered him to be the driving presence in her life but somehow he fell short of the ideal that she had envisaged for him. She hoped that Peter would get to like her when she first moved into the annex and she hoped that she and her mother would get along better. Up until he goes into hiding, he is the founder and Managing Director of the Dutch Opekta Company, which manufactures products used to make jam. Be careful not to inhale the powder or to get it, or the solution, on your skin or in your eyes.
Frank began to read the diary, it flashed back to July 1942 in an attic in Amsterdam because this was where the people were hiding and represented the type of place that Jews all over were living. The characters are based on real life figures in Anne's lifedocumented in her diary. Take your beaker and put it on the scale, set your scale back to zero and take the borax and fill the beaker till you measure 2g. However, he turned out to be peace-loving, tolerant and extremely easygoing. Of German Jewish descent, she and her family moved to Holland in 1933, where her father set up a business. Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a persons character lies in their own hands. Otto Frank was a man who was dedicated to his home country of Germany.
She was intelligent in the story when she was good at writing, likes family trees, history, and Greek Roman mythology. Frank but has by all accounts been a very good and dutiful wife. His mother senses this is a cover for his drinking. Hypothesis: If 2 g of borax is used to make the super ball then it will produce the highest bounce because 2 g will make the appropriate number of bonds without producing a ball that is too soft or too hard to bounce. Anne Frank was many things: a writer, a storyteller, a witness, and a victim, among them. As a result, he finds books for the teens to read and prepares lessons for them to study.