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  • Verlag: Pocket Books
  • ISBN-10: 067182449X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671824495
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 16,8 x 10,2 x 2 cm
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Dr. Leena Varkey am 7. Juli 2000
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Anne Frank ! ... a name that always brings a Sigh from the deepest part of my heart...a name that makes me think of angels , the fraility of human emotions & the steel that is the human spirit...unbreakable!A name that makes me want to hang my head in shame for being a part of the human race that could perpetrate such cruelty...! This book is the recorded emotions of a little girl struggling to maintain a balance betwixt despair & the fear of death & her love of life...but as u read thru' her deepest fears & loves written for her eyes only ,it is often hard to believe that these writings originated from a 13-15 year old heart because they have the insights of a mature soul! I was deeply saddened by the entry where she records her desire to live on after her death thru' her writings later on in life & her wish to publish a book on their life in hiding titled 'The Secret Annexe'...saddened because her wishes came true in such a twisted way ...I highly recommend this book because though it leaves you with an ache deep down ,it also leaves u with a belief in the human spirit & a joy of having known {even if indirectly} a person like Anne Frank...a soul to admire ... Hers was a life snuffed out too soon...& oh! So cruelly...
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Kali am 30. April 2000
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A lot has been said about "The Diary of Anne Frank." Some people have even claimed that it is a fake, which is an outrageous claim that denigrates those who died in the Holocaust and those that survived. This book is testament to a child's spirit and humanity as she hides in ever deteriorating circumstances with her family in an attic over an office in Amsterdam. We are witnesses to her first kiss with Peter a boy also in hiding, and her stormy relationship with her mother which she tries to resolve often unsuccessfully. We see flares of brilliance as she tries to understand human nature as well as the innocence of youth when she says, "basically I believe most people are good." The Diary of Anne Frank would probably be just an ordinary young girl's memoirs if the Holocaust had not happened. However the Holocaust did happen and Anne Frank's diary stands for all the young girls whose lives were ended before they had a chance to blossom. If any book was to be made compulsory reading in schools then this book should be it. Through Anne Frank we will never forget her humanity or for that matter our own.
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As a fourteen-year-old I found incredible comfort in this journal of Anne Frank, and felt priviliged, as well as moved, that I could be allowed to enter the secret world of Anne. I could relate to much she said.
Her name is as much a household name as Madonna. She should not face ridicule at all, as celebrities often do, for the thoughts in her diary very well might have been her deepest words, her thoughts, for they were in her diary. A person's diary should be held forever sacred, for diaries immortalize the truth. Hopefully, the "Diary of a Young Girl" will be forever immortalized, as all diaries and journals should, since they contain the truth. The truth in our souls. For those who might review this diary and say it might be slow in some parts, I find that startling, because this is her life. This book was not a work of fiction, written solely for enertaintment, so be gentle with your thoughts.
I find it kind that her father allowed Anne's deepest thoughts to go public in the world, and courageous. Some of the bravest people in the book were the helpers, such as Miep or Bep.
I definitely recommend reading this book, particularly since it gives you the viewpoint of a person's life in the holocaust: the thoughts, the emotions, as if you were there yourself. You do not truly read more on the tragedy of Anne Frank, for her diary ends, so you would not read on about the horrific lives those in concentration camps lived: lives not long. When I read the afterward of this book, it broke my heart to hear about the annex member's deaths, and the hero's punishments. Whether to be empathetic or sympathetic is a choice, though. It was unimaginable to me to picture Mr.
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I am just a mere speck on a human tapestry moved and saddened by the Diary of Anne Frank. It's just a book you say. Tell that to the millions who have read the diary. Tell that to those who have seen the stage play, the movies, the documentaries, and the World Wide Web pages. Tell that to the Japanese schoolgirl who said her heart danced in the Secret Annex. Tell that to me who, for almost three decades, has pondered the riddle of emotion that Anne's diary calls forth. A code I have never been able to crack.
Anne started writing her diary, the same age I began reading it. I was just thirteen and had chosen the diary as part of a year eight reading course. I still have my relic, a Pan edition version of the publisher's 30th printing of the diary in 1974. It bears markings of many readings: starched yellow pages, corners bent, a dusty old library smell reflecting its ancient mid-seventies origin. I don't know why I chose her story. I had never heard of Anne Frank, never heard of her diary, never heard of 263 Prinsengracht, the Frank family-hiding place - Anne's "Secret Annex" - in war weary Amsterdam. But for whatever reason, not long after the moon left its dust on Armstrong, Anne Frank left her mark on me.
I went to Amsterdam once where all I could think about was Anne. As I made my way to 263 Prinsengracht, I half expected to see her, a blurry pink blush peddling past on her bicycle, or skating over some canal's wintry surface. And then standing outside The Shrine, what would this wedge of a structure tell me about Anne. Would I feel its ghosts...smell the fear of Jews in hiding...see Anne's frosted breadth on a window ... hear Anne singing, talking, whispering fear...writing her most sacred thoughts... her love for Peter...
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