The reasons Anne gives for this statement is that both she and Peter lack a mother. His is too superficial, loves flirting and does not trouble much about what he thinks and though Anne’s mother does bother about her, she lacks sensitiveness and real motherliness. Peter and she both wrestle with their inner feelings, they are rather uncertain and really too sensitive to be roughly treated. If Anne is roughly treated her reaction is to get away from it, hide her feelings and throw her weight about the place. Peter also shuts himself up, hardly talks at all, becomes quiet, day dreams and in this way is able to carefully conceal his true self.
Anne’s determination and courage in the face of not only adverse but also life-threatening circumstances is most admirable and inspiring. Anne, a thirteen years old girl, was forced to hide with her family in % Secret Annex to escape incarceration from the Nazis. Living in a household of eight members in the Secret Annex, Anne becomes a keen observer of the interpersonal relationships between these people, Anne’s transformation from a playful, rebellious, petulant child to a mature, observant and intelligent young girl is revealed to us through the pages of her diary. Many times Anne sees her world crumbling to dust but even then she promises to hold on to what she believes, that this chaos and confusion will come to an end, and the world will change for the better.
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