The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

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Compare Anne’s relationship with her father with the kind of relationship she shared with her mother.

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Anne is emotionally close to her father, Otto. She's very much daddy's little girl, and the two get along famously. Anne loves her father dearly, and her love is fully reciprocated. When times are hard—as they often are in the crammed confines of the secret annex—Anne instinctively turns towards her father for comfort. It's instructive that when...

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