How does the diary format help readers feel like the writer is a good friend?
What details does Anne Frank share about herself that make her seem like an ordinary teenager?
What passages in the diary are particularly effective in making readers aware of the effects of prejudice?
How do the residents of the annex cope with the stress of life in hiding and of sharing tight living quarters with so many other people?
How does Frank place her family’s problems in the larger context of Adolf Hitler’s effort to eliminate the Jewish people?
Frank revised passages of her diary with publication in mind. What evidence is found in the text that she was thinking about an outside audience?