The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

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What does Anne Frank think of herself?

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Anne Frank writes the diary as if to a friend named Kitty, so her comments about Kitty’s imagined reactions frequently reveal Anne’s opinions of herself. For example, as she understands that her life is of necessity rather uneventful, she expresses concern that she is only writing of banalities or telling Kitty just “chit chat.” She also reflects on her rapidly changing moods and is critical of what she sees as her many shortcomings.

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