The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

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What are examples of imagery in The Diary of a Young Girl? Include page numbers.

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I don't have exact page numbers, and pagination might differ anyway, but I will direct you to where in the book to find the images mentioned.

First, imagery is description using the five senses of sight, sound, taste, touch, and smell. Anne Frank uses imagery early on, in the first page or so of the diary. For example, she mentions her cat rubbing against her legs in the dining room. We can visualize a cat and feel the sensation of fur against bare legs. She also uses visual imagery as she describes her birthday gifts on or near the first pages:

Then a bouquet of roses, some peonies and a potted plant....

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