Anne Frank’s diary is a singular, moving look at World War II and the Jewish Holocaust through a girl’s young eyes.
It is a very inspirational and moving journal that should be read by everyone, especially students. Not only will many relate to it, but it is valuable for both the mind and the heart.
Touching and poignant, the story reveals the history of World War II, unforgettable people, and lessons that will stay in your heart forever.
The events within the diary offer only a glimpse of the horrors inflicted on Jewish people by the Nazis; there is a disturbing element of fear throughout.
What we as readers know about what happened to Jews outside the world of the book, and what happened to Anne after the book ends, is inescapable in the experience of reading Anne’s diary.