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Tony R
14-11-2017 09:32

Why do we write reviews? I guess you have many reasons. But for this review there is only one. I am writing this for my conscience. Since I qualified this book, I always end up asking myself, did I rate it with something I deserved or simply out of sympathy (some call it a vow of pity)? Reading other reviews (although most people rate it and proceed) raised many other questions and also gave me an idea of ​​what people generally think about it and their diary. Therefore, I am going to leave. Why do we write reviews? You have many reasons, I suppose. But for this review there is only one. I am writing this for my conscience. Since I qualified this book, I always end up asking myself, did I rate it with something I deserved or simply out of sympathy (some call it a vow of pity)? Reading other reviews (although most people rate it and proceed) raised many other questions and also gave me an idea of ​​what people generally think about it and their diary. So I'm going to start with WE DESERVE to review or even rate the diary of this book? Yes, it's a diary, it's not a book. And are not they daily to be something personal? Yes, they are, but it was Anne's desire to publish her diary and even to fictionalize the diary by changing the names. When I started this book, I knew how it would end and who would not. I had the least expectation, knowing that I was 13 years old, but she simply surprised me because of the perspective of life. She thought and wrote about some things that did not occur to me until I read them, but I have applied them throughout my life. She sometimes made me laugh, sometimes it made me feel sad. If she felt something, her writing definitely made me experience it and therefore exceeded my expectations by a wide margin. I have read in many reviews that his thoughts were far ahead of his age. Of course, the difficult conditions make you mature and be responsible, but there were other people who lived under the same roof and in the same condition, the suffering even had an effect on them. I remember the exchange of letters between two sisters, at that moment after reading Margot's letter, for the first time I realized that Anne was still a child among them. Some say that she could visualize herself and her thoughts and actions from different perspectives and thus realize her guilt. What happens with the newspaper is that it is a biased view of events. She would write her thoughts and what she wrote about others was her interpretation of them ... I have it in mind, but I can not express it with words and why should I do it! Does it matter what kind of girl she was? 'Not me. The last thing I can think of is that many people found it uninteresting and tedious. I liked it, it could not be better. I mean they were hiding for their life in the same house for two years without even opening the window; They were not solving the murder mystery. I remember that when I was in the middle of the book, from time to time I would go to the last entry in the diary and count the days that were left. I felt very sad and depressed, and it would have been the last thing that occurred to me to think that I was not interested; I was captivated by his desire to see the outside world again, feel the fresh wind and go to school, but ... This is not a book to enjoy a lot; we read it to get the vision of the difficulties that people had to go through during this holocaust. Through this book she gives us a better view of the worst of the world. No one has ever benefited from the war; all it gives is pain and misery. All this being said, there is nothing that reviews the book, but accept it as a written account of the vices of war. The worst question that seemed to have been slapped in my face was: Would this book be? Have they meant the same thing if Anne had survived the holocaust and lived to grow old? Would he have been famous like now? Well, she did not survive and with her the answer to this question ended and no one can bring her back. ...Plus

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Category - Children's Books
- Historical
- Memoirs
- Women
Brand Bantam
EAN 9780553296983
ISBN 9780553296983
MPN 9780553296983
CharactersAnne Frank, Otto Frank, Mrs. Van Daan, Mr. Van Daan, Margot Frank...more, Peter Van Daan, Edith Frank, Miep Gies, Mr. Dussel...less
LanguageEnglish
Literary awards2008 )
Original titleHet Achterhuis. Dagboekbrieven 14 Juni 1942 – 1 Augustus 1944
Pages304
Publish DateJuly 1993
PublisherRandom House Publishing Group
Reading levelAges 10-13


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