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Anne Frank's diaries have always been among the most moving and eloquent documents of the Holocaust. This new edition restores diary entries omitted from the original edition, revealing a new depth to Anne's dreams, irritations, hardships, and passions. Anne emerges as more real, more human, and more vital than ever. If you've never read this remarkable autobiography, do so. If you have read it, you owe it to yourself to read it again. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
This startling new edition of Dutch Jewish teenager Anne Frank's classic diary?written in an Amsterdam warehouse, where for two years she hid from the Nazis with her family and friends?contains approximately 30% more material than the original 1947 edition. It completely revises our understanding of one of the most moving and eloquent documents of the Holocaust. The Anne we meet here is much more sarcastic, rebellious and vulnerable than the sensitive diarist beloved by millions. She rages at her mother, Edith, smolders with jealous resentment toward her sister, Margot, and unleashes acid comments at her roommates. Expanded entries provide a fuller picture of the tensions and quarrels among the eight people in hiding. Anne, who died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945, three months before her 16th birthday, candidly discusses her awakening sexuality in entries that were omitted from the 1947 edition by her father, Otto, the only one of the eight to survive the death camps. He died in 1980. This crisp, stunning translation provides an unvarnished picture of life in the "secret annex." In the end, Anne's teen angst pales beside her profound insights, her self-discovery and her unbroken faith in good triumphing over evil. Photos not seen by PW.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
I "read" this book through Audible.com and enjoyed listening to Selma Blair's reading of it. Her voice and tone made it believable as that of a young girl. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Lynn A. Davidson
This book is one that I grew up reading. While I can't say it was a pleasant read it does show the fear and chaos of the time period in which it was written. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Sean Talbot
I would very highly recommend this book. It gives an interesting insight into such an amazing young woman. Please readPublished 29 days ago by Leanna
Excellent condition. I am still in love with this book many years after reading it the first time!Published 2 months ago by Mandy
We read this aloud as a family. There were awkward moments and a few sentences here and there skimmed but it was an amazing journey for all of us. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RGSommer