Why does The Diary of Anne Frank resonate with so many people? Why does The Diary of Anne Frank resonate with so many people?

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In addition to the overarching poignant tone to the writing of Anne Frank, the perspicacity of one so young is intriguing.  Her diary is a personal account of the fear inspired by the Nazi regime as well as a recording of maturation.

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That being said, Frank's diary resonates with so many readers based upon the fact that she offers a moving first-person view of Jewish suffering during the Holocaust. Given that she is both a girl and a survivor, many readers immediately sympathises...

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