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Anne Frank : Diary of a Young Girl By Anne Frank I read this book when I was ten and cried my eyes out when ..... as my major, and after I graduated I lived in China. Like Anne Frank 's diary, this book influenced so many decisions I made
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Anne Frank : The Book, the Life, the Afterlife ..... from O contributor Francine Prose 's Anne Frank : The Book, the Life, the Afterlife ..... failed) to elude the Nazi death machine, Anne Frank has been the iconic face of the Holocaust
Q&A with Millie Perkins
landed the role of a lifetime, starring as Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank . In celebration of the Oscar®-winning ..... able to know before. Seeing a movie like The Diary of Anne Frank opens people's hearts up that are things
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Are You a Hero or a Villain?
Photo: Thinkstock In a void, we’re all the good ones. I remember, very vividly, reading The Diary of Anne Frank as an impressionable, sheltered young girl -- the worst trauma in my life so far had been Jason Reichart unzipping my dress while
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selling memoir, Red Azalea , weaving the story of her childhood in communist China, which has been compared to The Diary of Anne Frank . Her books attempt to re-record histories that have been falsely written, often praised as historical fiction
Finding Faith After a Brush with Tragedy
Please God, let me get my period," I prayed, following Margaret's lead. It felt phony and embarrassing. I read Anne Frank and the Elie Wiesel trilogy, guiltily fascinated by the magnitude of the suffering. I wanted to be more Jewish. I wanted
Why the Sound Is Still Sweet: Q&A with Joan Baez
was lucky that it seemed to be laid out to me very clearly, very early. The first turning point was reading The Diary of Anne Frank when I was 10 years old. I remember already being on the path when I was 16 years old and I heard Dr. Martin
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to be a nun! I wanted to be shipwrecked on a desert island and stranded in Krakatoa! I wanted to be Ozma and Jo March and Anne Frank and Nancy Drew and Eloise and Anne of Green Gables—and what's more, I could be, at least in my imagination. I did most
Holocaust Resources: Further Reading
steps off a New York City curb and into the path of an oncoming taxi. Fiction (Hill and Wang) The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank (1947) The journal of a Jewish girl in her early teens describes both the joys and torments of daily life, as well as typical