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  • It's very interesting to see what Anne the fiction writer was like

    • by Dani257
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      Anne Frank is probably one of the most famous people of World War II. The diary she wrote while in hiding has been translated into many languages and been made into more than one movie. But, Anne did more writing.

      She wrote stories,


      essays, and even started a novel. Tales From The Secret Annex is a collection of these writings.

      It’s very interesting to see what Anne the fiction writer was like. She had a whimsical style.

      One of her stories was Blurry the Explorer, about a bear who goes out to see the world. Another tale was called The Wise Old Dwarf, about a grumpy, miserable dwarf, and a flighty, cheerful elf who learned to be friends and to think of others.

      There are a lot of morals ...


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      and lessons in these stories. Her novel is about a girl who survives a car accident.

      Interestingly, she writes from the perspective of a non Jew. It is unfinished.

      It’s hard to say whether or not the stories would have been published if

      they hadn’t been written by Anne Frank. The moral tone of the stories that I mentioned are spelled out in a fairly preachy manner in some of the tales.

      However, there is a charm about them. The two short stories I mentioned are her best.




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