What advice did Mr. Frank give Anne regarding her growing friendship with Peter?

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In Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl, Anne describes the advice her father gave to her regarding Peter van Daan. Peter is a teenage boy who is living in the attic of an annex building with the Frank family, his own parents, and Fritz Pfeffer, as they are Jewish families hiding during World War II.

At the start of their experience, Anne views Peter as lazy and shy. However, as the two spend more time together, Anne develops a crush on Peter.

When Anne tells her father of this new romance, Otto Frank is worried. He discusses with his daughter that she and Peter should be very cautious about their relationship. He tells her that because they are in hiding, there is no way for them to have space from each other. Unlike other teenage couples, Anne and Peter...

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