The Diary of Anne Frank
Anne’s Transformation from Immaturity to Maturity
Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl, to a greater extent, tells the story of a young girl growing up. Anne finds herself in circumstances that are extraordinary given the ongoing Second World War and the fact that she is a Jewish. She has to struggle with the different adolescence problems in face of the extraordinary circumstances. Some of the adolescence problems she struggles with include rebellion, isolation, curiosity with regards to adulthood, isolation and curiosity about sex. Over time, she grows both physically and emotionally, and her thinking becomes mature as evidenced by her frequenting commenting on the entries she made earlier on. Anne undergoes significant growth throughout her two years of writing the diary, transitioning from an immature 13-year-old girl who is very moody and sensitive to a mature girl who is a keen observer of human nature and politics.
Upon receiving the diary on her 13th birthday, Anne starts writing about her life, describing her friends, her classes as well as boys. Anne’s social life is quite rich, but she harbors the feeling that the rest of the world does not understand her. She also talks about herself, and readers get to see that she does not believe she is pretty. She is not confident about her looks but believes that her good traits and personality compensate for her not so good looks (Frank 6/20/1942). In this earlier entr…
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