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Any of the plans of escape could be accepted, but the final plan is to stay in the warehouse and wait out the flood. 2. Anne longs to talk, for freedom, for friends, and to be alone. 3. Anne realizes they could be captured, and she would be alone without her family. 4. Anne frequently mentions her desire for fresh air, and she says all she needs to be happy is sunshine and cloudless skies. 5. Anne and Peter wrestle with their inner feelings, are uncertain, and are too sensitive. 42 Focus on Reading: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl 6.
Why or why not? 9. Do you think Margot is sincere in her letters? Why or why not? 10. What decision do Anne and Margot come to in their letters? © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing 24 Focus on Reading: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl STUDENT NAME ___________________________________________________ DATE__________________ IV. Thursday, 3 February, 1944–Wednesday, 22 March, 1944 After Reading Deepen Your Understanding Point of view refers to the person through whose eyes a story is told.
Optimistic 13. Why does Peter say the grown-ups make so many comments about their budding friendship? a. They are angry that they spend so much time together. b. They think it’s improper for young boys and girls to spend so much time together. c. They are jealous of the friendship. 18. Why don’t Anne and Peter ever quarrel? a. They make an agreement to never fight. b. They get along well and have nothing to fight about. c. They do not want others in the “Secret Annexe” to be in the middle. 19. According to Anne, what is vital to religion?