Reader's Companion to the Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank: New Translation Edited by Otto H. Frank and Mirjam Pressler: The Definitive Edition

Reader s Companion to the Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank New Translation Edited by Otto H Frank and Mirjam Pressler The Definitive Edition slip stapled paperback pages

  • Title: Reader's Companion to the Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank: New Translation Edited by Otto H. Frank and Mirjam Pressler: The Definitive Edition
  • Author: Otto Frank Mirjam Pressler
  • ISBN: 9780385478083
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
  • slip stapled paperback, 40 pages.

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    • This is a really good book. I was very intreguied to read about what anne frank and the other families had to go through during Hitler's rule. It is kind of depressing to read but once your done it is a book that makes you think of how a little girl can go through such a hard thing. The book was written just like her journal, each chapter was a journal entry. It brings you into the life of anne frank and what she saw, heard, and felt through her imprisonment. Though the book went slow at first i [...]

    • Detailed and well-written. Somehow relatable. As this version has 30% more from the original diary, you can clearly see how Anne changed and her exploration about sexuality. The perspective of a young person is mostly dismissed and ignored by the adults and this diary is the perfect example that even though you are young, it doesnt mean that you dont have opinions or feelings about any matter.This book left me with a heavy heart.

    • By the age of 66, most people have read the Diary of Anne Frank, but I never did. I was amazed by Anne's writing ability and also her insight into herself and those around her, for such a young person. She had her days of despair, but overall she maintained a positive attitude in the face of extreme evil and very difficult living conditions. She is an inspiration to all. Highly recommend.

    • I had no idea that the diary of Anne Frank that I read when I was a kid was only part of the diary. This has 30% more material. I also didn't realize that it was Anne's wish to have a book published about her experience in the secret annex after the war.

    • Have you every had a diary? A place to call your own and express your inner most thoughts? I surely have and I would expect no one to ever read them. Anne Frank thought the same thing when she wrote in her diary many years ago. Little did she know that "Kitty",her diary, would become a very famous book that many find inspiring and hopeful. I would have to say that this is one of my favorite books and when I become an English teacher I will absolutely assign it to my students.I have read countles [...]

    • The Diary of Anne Frank is a diary written by Anne Frank, a holocaust survivor who was hiding with her family in Amsterdam during the Holocaust. She received this diary from her father as a birthday gift a few months before the Frank family was forced to hide in their “Secret Annex” in the back of Otto Frank’s (their father) warehouse. Through this, the reader comes to know Anne Frank as she adjusts to and lives live in hiding. Since this is Anne’s own personal diary, there is a great de [...]

    • The power of exposing a child to books is revealed in this book. A child who has her own opinions is a gift to the world as well as a challenge to deal with. Anne Frank is an exceptional child who belongs to this category. Her thoughts and expressions are throughout the book are of exceptional quality. She wins the reader over when she says "Paper has more patience than people", "People can tell you to keep your mouth shut, but that doesn't stop you from having your own opinion." and many more t [...]

    • This version of Anne's diary was recommended to me by a librarian. I have never read any other versions of her diary before but I enjoyed this version because it's in full detail and I really like that you can tell as Anne's growing up and maturing because in some cases she's gone back and read the things she wrote and the editors also include that by stating something like "Comment added by Anne later on." This book takes place in the Holocaust. The Holocaust is a time period in which Hitler di [...]

    • I found this booklet helpful in putting the Diary of Anne Frank in a historical perspective. It helps you understand what was going in the the world while Anne and her family were in hiding in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. It also gives a timeline of events in Germany and Europe from the end of WWI until the end of WWII, and a timeline of the Frank family from the marriage of Anne's parents to the time of her Father's death in 1980. The booklet explains why the initial publishing of Anne's diary [...]

    • The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, edited by Otto Frank and Mirjam Pressler was a very impacting book. Even though it took me a while to read it, this book was still amazing. This diary was written during the World War 2. It was written by a young girl named Anne Frank, her family was Jewish and went into hiding for about two years until they got caught. The diary is about life in hiding, no fresh air, sunlight, or pets (with an exception of Peter's cat). Anne Frank is brutally honest to t [...]

    • The Diary of A Young Girl was written by Anne Frank while she was hiding with her family and another Jews for two years. I have read a biography of Anne Frank in Japanese several time, but I had not read a diary of her. When I read her biography, I really impressed of her life. That is why I brought myself to read this book. Although she was still thirteen years old when she wrote it, her writing shows great power of expression. First of all, she calls her diary "Kitty" so I felt as though I was [...]

    • I loved this book!I read this over break and it was very interesting.Although I have heard a lot about Anne Frank in the past, I had no idea what it was really like for her.Reading her diary completely changed that experience and let me see the holocaust through Anne's eyes.I didn't know that Anne originally wanted her diary for herself but one day on the radio she heard someone say that after the war was over he would get some eye-witness diaries and letters from people that experienced going i [...]

    • What a sad but interesting book. Reading anne's diary, sometimes it was difficult to remember that she was 13-15 years old when she was writing it. She sounded so grown up with her knowledge and opinions about life. She was so interested in learning and growing up to be something more than just a house wife. Considering the diary was written between 1942-1944 her opinions are not much different then how things are today. Anne would have grown up to be a powerful woman but instead we have her dia [...]

    • ive always wanted to read the actual diary of anne because of the interest from going through the first world war at school. brilliant book, and amazing how you can follow her and the two familys that live there. imagining what it would be like to live in the secret annexe. recommended to read!

    • This book gave me a whole new meaning on lifeokay, whatever, I'm just a kidbut still it's REALLY good, but if you're young, don't get so freaked out about the inappropriate partsa little kissing has never hurt anyone!!

    • I deceided to read this book because of all the hype. After reading it, though I don't see what all the hype is all about. The girl "Anne" hardly talks about the holocost. I expected more on that subject. But I must say that the young lady was very smart and had a wonderful talent with words.

    • I just keep thinking how strong they were. Even with everything that they were put though they always kept their faith and always looked towards a brighter future.

    • Additional parts to complement Anne's diary such as her feelings of resentment towards her mother and sexual stirrings

    • So far this book is very good in telling how Anne felt and what she had to go through. I also like the perspective in which it is told, like how her journal entries are written like letters.

    • This is one of those books that I always wanted to read but never got around to it. I finally listened to it on CD read by Selma Blair. What an incredible story. So sad.

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