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5.0 von 5 Sternen A SUBLIME EXPERIENCE!
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...
Veröffentlicht am 7. Juli 2000 von Dr. Leena Varkey

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2.0 von 5 Sternen not boring, but neither was it a classic
I have swift through this book and it gave an impression of great sadness, and depression. I didn't finish the book been a better person, (like one of the reviews said) only more depressed. Although I agree the Holocaust is a great tragedy, and Anne Frank is an incredible young girl who had much insight into issues some modern day teenagers (including myself) would...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The book was very good, sad, and touching!, 2. April 1998
Von Ein Kunde
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Diary of a Young Girl (Taschenbuch)
This book starts as Anne at the age of 14. She recieves a diary for her birthday. She names this diary Kitty. She shares her most secret thoughts with it. During World War II the Frank's are forced to go into hiding. They live in Anne's dad's office building. They have the door hidden as a bookself. They reffer to this hidding place as the "secret annex". They have other people living with them. As she spend more and more time sitting by herself she spends less and less time living her live. She begins to have feelings for Peter Van Daan. He is living in the annex with them. They talk, share sercets, and regrets. As the end of the war gets nearer, they are forced not to move, breathe or go to the bathroom so they don't get caught. Someone told the officals of Germany that their were people hidding in the "secret annex". The officals find them and take them to camps. All the people in the Franks family die, but Otto (her dad) lives. When Otto goes back to the annex to gather his belongings that are their, he stumbles upon Anne's dairy. He decides to publish only peices of it. About 30 years later he is persuded to publish the whole thing. I think this book was very interesting, sad, and it makes you think. When Anne tells us what her culture had to go through it makes us think, what if that happens again. If that were to happen again it would show that the wolrd has learned nothing from the Jews and Hitler. Hitler killed many jews. This book and other books published about the Holocuast. This is my opinion on the book Anne Frank the diary of a young girl.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An adolescents views on such a horric event in history!, 12. Dezember 1998
Von Ein Kunde
In Anne Frank's Diary " The Diary of A Young Girl", she not only gives an account of two Jewish families in hiding during one of history's most horrific events, the holocaust, but also takes us into her true feelings and critical outlook on others around her. The most remarkable part of her diary is that she is only thirteen years old, who quickly matures because of the circumstances. This book may be written by an adolescent person but Anne Frank is much more capable of understanding her faults and strong characteristic than many adults today. She is able to touch many different subjects; politics, war, sexuality, religion and in every one she captures you with her deep philosophical thoughts, which are well expressed for a small child. On top of that she writes in her diary several movements against the Jewish people by Hitler. She also gives us her hypothetical scenarios like how the authority given to German soldiers by Hitler would be abused. For instance when soldiers had the authority to shoot his officer if he knew that the officer had anything to do with the conspiracy on the attempted assassination of Hitler's life, she wrote that this authority would be abused at this point by an angered soldier. Through all her ordeals she is still able to maintain her good nature. She wrote in her diary that she would like to become a journalist, which she accomplished with this book. This book gives us just a small sample of what she would have been capable of offering journalism would she have survived such turmoil in history.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An inspirational memoir of hope., 12. Dezember 1998
Von Ein Kunde
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank is an inspiration for anyone facing a situation of doubt and uncertainty. During the Holocaust, this vivacious thirteen-year old went into hiding with her family to avoid the concentration camp call-up. Even though she had no idea how long they would be in hiding, she continued her studies so she would not fall behind in school, anticipationg that she, as well as the others, would come out of the war alive. In addition to her schoolwork, Anne kept herself occupied by reading books, studying languages, learning shorthand, writing and above all, confiding in her diary. Anne saw herself as "living an Adventure," still she came across instances in which she felt her spirit breaking down: Criticism from the other occupants, animosity between her and her mother, failed liberation attempts, lack of food, fear of being discovered, guilt of not being able to help fellow Jews, overall living conditions. However, she succeeded in combating her depression by recognizing the positives in her life. There are so few people that would have kept a positive attitude under these horrendous circumstances, yet Anne chooses not to give up hope, looking forward to the future where she can once again be free to smell fresh air, run and laugh. Fortunately, Anne kept her hopes alive, mustering enough energy and courage to record her memoirs in her diary, which, as a result, has become known worldwide, as a reminder of the atrocities of the Holocaust.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A great favorite of mine, 8. Juli 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I first read this book on my own when I was about thirteen or fourteen. I cannot count the number of times I have read it since. This is a diary, with all the day-to-day chronicling and personal speculation that all diaries have, but the details of this life are fascinating... the speculation is ever timely and thought-provoking. This book should be read by everyone, preferably by every teenager. It is an important historical document, but, first and foremost, it is the story of a child's journey through adolescence that is tragically cut short.
I appreciated the Definitive Edition for replacing entries that Anne's father originally edited out. But the Definitive Edition did have problems. I was confused by the different dating of entries from the original. And in the original edition that I read, there was extensive footnoting that explained references by Anne that might have been lost on the reader. In the Definitive Edition, there is no explanation as to why Peter Van Daan referred to Anne as his El Dorado and why Anne referred to herself as the Benjamin of her family. There is minimal footnoting that clarifies Anne's family, but none that clarifies Anne's literary allusions or the historical background to which she refers.
Since I am rating the diary, I give it five stars. If I were rating this edition of the diary, I would only give it four.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A fantastic story of a young girl, 4. Juni 1998
Von Ein Kunde
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Diary of a Young Girl (Taschenbuch)
The Diary of Anne Frank is of a girl who is struggling through her childhood in the Holocaust with only her diary - Kitty as her friend througout. A regular girl who loves a boy, who is shy and who wishes for a life without the Nazis. This is a touching book that holds a love story, history and the life of a young girl. Perhaps one of the best books ever written. Once I had picked up the book, I couldn't put it down. You wouldn't believe the story that one book tells about a life of a girl and the six people she lived with in hiding. Hiding from those that wanted to take her away from everything she knew. This book sends you a strong message about how we made a mistake in our lives and this young girl, no older then 14, was forced to suffer with her family in this ordeal. Within all this opens a love story. A young boy who touches her heart and forces her to open up from her shiness. Peter, a boy who comes from a completely different world from Anne doesn't know what to do with his life and yet Anne, a girl who has her entire future in her mind. Her world is so evident and her future is paved out for her and yet this young girl's mind is set on a future with this young man. The events around her force her to become mature and think as an adult when she is only a child. This book was very well written and a fantastic story that one can not surpass. Enjoy it as much as I did!
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2.0 von 5 Sternen not boring, but neither was it a classic, 10. August 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Diary of a Young Girl (Taschenbuch)
I have swift through this book and it gave an impression of great sadness, and depression. I didn't finish the book been a better person, (like one of the reviews said) only more depressed. Although I agree the Holocaust is a great tragedy, and Anne Frank is an incredible young girl who had much insight into issues some modern day teenagers (including myself) would not digest, I agree that this diary doesn't deserve the recognition it is receiving. She is not a great writer, she is only telling events word for word, I personally preferred the movie. I am not a shallow or typical MTV/guys drooling teenager, however, I find this diary plain in a documentary sense. She doesn't creat a vivid world to the reader, probably because I have never experienced such tragedy, but still.... I don't perceive of her as a strong or inspirational person because she is in a situation that is inevitable, she has no other choice but to do what is necessary to stay alive. If I was put into her situation, I would do the same things she does because there is no alternative, so I don't see how she is inspirational, any sane person would behave as she has. That would make everyone inspirational or strong. I would like someone to explain to me how she is admirable, she observed the facts of that life, she did what is only sane.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Anne's Diary is an invaluable document, 4. Januar 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Diary of a Young Girl (Taschenbuch)
Her diary was Anne Frank's most intimate friend: she called it Kitty, and there was nothing she did not dare to write into it. Anne wrote in a detailed, lively way. For Anne, writing this diary was more than just taking notes ,it helped her coping with the natural problems of a maturing girl: her own "split" personality, her relationship with her parents and other people, her sexuality. Above all, this diary helped her to survive during the two years of hiding. She expressed her fears, her depressions, her hopes, and by this, regained strength and optimism. Moreover, Anne's reports tells us what she and her family knew about the terrible fate of the Jewish people and about the political situation. It may be astonishing how well informed they were, even in their Secret Annexe! She also described the courage and devotion of the people who tried to save their lives. Therefore, Anne's diary reminds us of all the people who suffered under Nazi-Deutschland, and of all the encouraged people that dared to resist. It is an invaluable historic document, the story of the personal fate of a young girl and her family, which touches everyone who reads it. Therefore it helps to remember one of the darkest moments in human history, and it makes us aware of our responsibility to prevent such a terror happen again.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Young Girl Knows More than Most, 26. April 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Diary of a Young Girl (Taschenbuch)
Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl tells of a young Jewish girl's experiences through adolescence in the midst of World War II and Hitler's genocide against her people. On her thirteenth birthday, she was given a diary in which to write her thoughts and feelings. She, her family, the Van Daan family, and Dr. Dussel tried to adjust to life in the Secret Annexe. Her diary, which she named Kitty, was written from her heart with no superficiality. This makes reading it a great experience. She discussed in the book many issues prevalent in her life as a Jew. She talked about the Zionist movement and the hardships Jews endured in Nazi Germany. They could only shop in certain stores designated for Jewish use. She wrote about her father and sister's fear of deportation, which would have almost definitely resulted in going to a deadly concentration camp. It is a good read because of the way it intertwines childhood and the Holocaust and speaks of both candidly. She wrote about her feelings and encounters with friends and family. She let out her anger at Hitler and described the new reforms that made her life much harder. She thought she had found a good friend in Kitty. Little did she know that one day her story would impact thousands around the world, even if she was only a young girl.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Happiness was everything to her, 19. August 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Diary of a Young Girl (Taschenbuch)
We live in a society where we can walk, talk and think without persecution. Anne Frank didn't have that. At the age of thirteen she had to leave her home and friends to hide in the "Secret Annexe". For two years she lived in a few small rooms with her family and another family. She had no girl friends her age to talk to, no TV to watch, no computer to play on, and couldn't even go outside! Not only that, she lived in constant fear of being discovered by the Nazis. Yet all through this time she remained cheerful, unselfish and fully deserving of a better life. As you most likely know, her life was tragically cut short when she died at Belsen at the hands of the Nazis in March of 1945, two months before Belsen was liberated. Anne Frank was light in a dark, bitter world and I think we should all try to be like her, more cheerful, unselfish and deserving of the wonderful freedom we have. And one more thing, "Go outside, to the fields, enjoy nature and the sunshine, go out and try to recapture happiness in yourself and in God. Think of all the beauty that's still left in and around you and be happy!.....Whoever is happy will make others happy too. He who has courage and faith will never perish in misery!--Anne Frank"
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a well written work by a very special person, 9. März 1997
Von Ein Kunde
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Diary of a Young Girl (Taschenbuch)
I am 12 years old and in the seventh grade. So perhaps,
Anne's diary speaks to me more strongly than to someone
older. As someone who enjoys writing and expressing my
thoughts through the written word, I was taken by Anne's
ability to bring me into her world, large and small, and
into her heart, mind and soul. Of course, knowing the
tragic end that will ultimately befall her, alters in some
way how one reads her. And, as I approached the end of the
book, knowing that the diary would have no ''ending'',
put a very sad and melancholy tone to my reading.
In truth, it is difficult to ''review'' a book such as this. Who am I, a young girl myself with everything I've
ever wanted in this world, to judge the writing of a girl
who lived at a time of chaos and insanity. When nothing
was as it should have been. When instead of enjoying
gossiping with her girlfriends, as do I, she was living
in the constant knowledge that at any time her entry in
her diary might be her last. How very sad. And my poor
skills at writing are incapable of expressing the tragedy.
So what did all this tell you? Yes, I highly recommend
this book for all ages. For all the reasons I've sited
and many more.
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