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CliffsNotes on Diary of Anne Frank takes you into the handwritten accounts of life in hiding from Nazis in World War II.
Following the feelings of a 13-year-old Jewish girl who recorded her thoughts, impressions, dreams, and cherished hopes during the two years before she and her family were discovered, this study companion covers the backgrounds and fates of the real people within Anne's diary. Other features that help you figure out this important work include
-Historical background centering around World War II
-Critical commentaries covering each year Anne Frank spent in hiding
-Suggested essay topics to inspire discussion
-Selected bibliography for further research
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