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The book, “The Diary Of a Young Girl” is a compilation of writings from the diary of Anne Frank, a girl who had to resort to hiding along with her family because of the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. It is an account of her personal experiences being one of the victims of the Second World War. Retrieved from the attic in which she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank’s exceptional diary has since become a strong reminder of the horrors of war. At the same time, it also is a testimony to the unceasing human will to persist and survive in the face of the most adverse of circumstances. Her diary charts two years of her life from 1942 to 1944, when her family was hiding in Amsterdam from German Nazis. The diary begins just before the family retreated into their 'Secret Annexe.' Anne Frank recorded mostly her hopes, frustrations, clashes with her parents and observation of her companions. Its first version, which appeared in 1947, was edited by Anne's father, Otto Frank, the family’s only known survivor. The book has received widespread critical and popular acclaim worldwide ever since.

The Dairy Of A Young girl: Anne Frank

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