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  • Paperback
  • 427 pages
  • Het Achterhuis
  • Anne Frank
  • English
  • 14 September 2016
  • 9780141007212

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  1. Nilesh Kashyap Nilesh Kashyap says:

    Why do we write reviews?You have a lot of reasons I guessBut for this review there is only one I am writing this for my conscience Ever since I have rated this book I always end up asking myself that have I rated it with something it deserved or was it just out of sympathy some call it pity vote?Reading other reviews although most people just rate it and proceed posed me with many other uestions and also gave me idea of what people generally think about her and her diarySo I’m going to start with DO WE DESERVE to review or even rate this book diary?Yes it is a diary not a book And aren’t diary meant to be something personal? Yes they are but it was Anne's wish to get her diary published and she even went on to fictionalize the diary by changing namesWhen I started this book I knew how it would end and who doesn’t I had the least of the expectation knowing that she was 13 years old but she just surprised me by the outlook she carried of life She thought and wrote over few such things that didn’t occur to my mind until I read it but have applied throughout my life She at times made me laugh at times made me feel sad If she felt something her writing definitely made me experience it and thus she overcame my expectation by large marginI have read in lot of review that her thoughts were way ahead of her age Of course they were difficult conditions make you mature and responsible but there were also other people living under the same roof and in same condition the suffering had even effect on them I remember the letter exchange between two sisters at that point after reading Margot’s letter for the first time I realised Anne was still child among themSome say she could visualize herself and her thoughts and actions from different perspective and thus realise her faultThe thing with diary is that it is a lopsided view of the events She would write her thoughts and what she wrote of others were her interpretation of themI have it in my mind but can’t put it in words and why should I Does it matter what kind of girl was she? 'NO’ from me Last thing that occur to me is that many people found it uninteresting and tiresomeI liked it it couldn’t get any better I mean they were in hiding for their life in a same house for two years without even opening the window; they were not solving murder mystery I remember that when I was halfway through the book I would every now and then turn to the last diary entry and count the days that remained I felt very sad and depressed and it would have been the last thing to occur to me that it was uninteresting; I was just taken by her wish to see the outside world again feel the fresh wind and to go to school but This is not a book to enjoy much; we read it to gain the insight of hardships that people had to go through during this holocaust Through this book she give us best view of the worst of the world No one has ever benefitted from war; all it gives is pain and miseryAll this being said there is nothing to review the book but accept it as written account of the vices of the warThe worst uestion that seemed to have been slapped across my face was Would this book have meant the same if Anne had survived the holocaust and lived to become old? Would it have been famous as it is now?Well she didn’t survived and with her ended answer to this uestion and no one can bring her back

  2. Varsha Varsha says:

    My intention of writing a review for this book is to tell all the negative reviewers to SHUT UP I am all for everyone's right to express their opinion but I read a few of the '1 star' reviews and I was shocked to read what a few people had to say about this book Before making an opinion I suggest people to keep a few things in mind1 This is someone's DIARY not a book meant to entertain people If you think it was boring then answer me how many interesting things can you possibly do locked up in a place for 3 years??2 For those who comment on the writing This is a 14year old's diary She didn't write it with the intention of winning the pulitzer3For those who commented on her ideologies or how nazism is portrayed Hello She was 14 And maybejust maybe its justified to think the way she does considering she LIVED it unlike so many of us who get to sit back on our comfortable sofas and critically analyze every XYZ thing in the worldI believe no one has the right to 'review' much less criticize a written document of a 14 year old's life who made it through the worst of circumstances and through difficulties we cannot even imagine to live throughIts a pity some people think the way they doEDIT 27th Sep 2013I never imagined I would garner so many likes for this review This only means that a lot of people are emotional about this book and take negative reviews as a personal insult I wrote this review in a very emotionally charged mind frame A year later now that I am older wiser and mature I realise I could have used fewer exclamation marks PEDIT 24th Sep 2020 It's been 8 years since I wrote this I am definitely older wiser and mature And so I would like to point out that I do regret the explosive SHUT UP in my review no scratch that in my rant I guess such is life when you are young angry angsty It's amazing though that despite the angry tonality there is so much love pouring in the comments section Thanks y'all I shall continue my attempt to grow wiser as I grow older PS Time for a re read?

  3. Brenda Brenda says:

    I confess to feeling slightly voyeuristic while reading this It was constantly in the back of my mind that this was no ordinary novel or even a true to life account This was someone’s diary Every page written in confidence each word revealing the thoughts closest to the heart of this young girl As a journal keeper myself I sometimes find myself wondering “What if someone else were to read this?” which causes me to wonder how much to filter my words But then isn’t the purpose of a diary or journal just the opposite? To record one’s honest and unfiltered thoughts? While reading Anne Frank – The Diary of a Young Girl I do not get the sense that there is any such ‘filtering’ going on From the ages of 12 15 Anne lived an extraordinary life and uickly grew far beyond her years in her understanding and handling of a horrendous situationThere are surprises in this book No matter how broad or limited your understanding of the world events that threw Anne and her family into a life in hiding I had – before reading this – held the general assumption that “Well it was wartime They were in hiding for their lives They must have been miserable all the time Who could possibly find anything good or redeeming in the confines of such a life?” In hindsight of course I have had to reconsider I found bits of beauty kindness and even humour popping up in the most unexpected places And why shouldn’t I? Aren’t our lives much the same? Oh – we’re not dodging bombs and trying to sleep to the sound of gunfire at least not in Canada But we each of us are often faced with some sort of tragedy or travesty Sometimes we may have an entire ‘bad year’ or longer And yet doesn’t the buoyancy of the human spirit always shine through? It is really tough work to be miserable 24 hours a day No matter how difficult or challenged our day to day life we all have those little pockets of joy that arise and sometimes it is those tiny occurrences that make the rest of it bearableOn a personal level I found myself comparing Anne’s childhood to that of my parents After all she was only a year younger than my Mom and Dad I think back to stories they’ve told from their teen years and it boggles the mind to think that at the exact moment my Dad and his brothers were tipping a cow Anne was in hiding on the other side of the world At a time when my mother was discovering make up Anne was realizing that life would never again be so youthful so joyous and carefree as before the war A generation was losing its innocence but in very different waysI would recommend Anne Frank – The Diary of a Young Girl to absolutely everyone for I believe that it holds some truth or enlightenment for everyone I do not own this copy – it was borrowed from my daughter’s school library She will be reading it next She is 10 And you can bet that before long I will purchase my own copy for I will be reading it again someday soon

  4. Maureen Maureen says:

    If only Anne Frank's diary was the figment of someone's imagination If it meant that this spirited intelligent and articulate girl hadn't died along with so many others in Belsen concentration camp and that the holocaust had never happened that would be a wonderful thing but it did happen and that makes the reading of this diary even heartbreakingFor a 13 year old girl Anne was so articulate the way she expresses her thoughts and feelings about herself and others is remarkable She's able to analyse herself in a particularly honest way her abilities failures weaknessesAs Jews in Nazi occupied Holland Anne and her parents and sister Margot had to flee their home in Amsterdam to escape capture From 1942 1944 they occupy rooms in an old office building which they call 'The Secret Annexe' Anne's diary details daily life within the confines of their safe house They share the rooms with another couple and their teenage son and also with a former dentist As can be expected there were many disagreements living in such close proximity to others and even within their own families Just a few of the office staff knew about The Secret Annexe and these are the people who kept them supplied with food but given the fact that everything was rationed due to the war things became a bit fraught at times The alternative however didn't bear thinking aboutIn August 1944 Anne's diary suddenly becomes silent No words will be written in its pages Someone had betrayed them to the Nazis and they were arrested and transported to various concentration camps The diary was left behind and was found by the office cleaner After being interned in two concentration camps Anne and her sister Margot were finally sent to Bergen Belsen where they both died Anne was just 15 years old Only Otto Frank the girls' father survived and the diary was returned to himThis is one of those books where a silence descends on finishing it How do you write a review? How do you do it justice? I honestly don't know All I can think is what a great contribution Anne would have made to an ugly world if she'd lived her ambition was to be a writer and yet even in death she HAS made a contribution by allowing us to share those two years in hiding with her and giving us a chance to see what a beautiful soul she was Feel so sad right now

  5. ★ Jess ★ Jess says:

    Honestly I just can't do it I can't bring myself to finish the book Ive tried three times already and each time I have been forced to put it aside Books and film about the Holocaust are fascinating but not this one Unfortunately I was not engaged and found I couldn't care less I'll have to try it again in a few years On the up side I firmly believe that Anne Frank had she survived the war would have grown up to be a marvelous best selling writer At the age of 13 her words are better than that of many modern day famous authors

  6. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Het Achterhuis Dagboekbrieven 12 juni 1942 1 augustus 1944 The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank The Diary of a Young Girl also known as The Diary of Anne Frank is a book of the writings from the Dutch language diary kept by Anne Frank while she was in hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands The family was apprehended in 1944 and Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp in 1945 The diary was retrieved by Miep Gies who gave it to Anne's father Otto Frank the family's only known survivor just after the war was over The diary has since been published in than 60 languagesتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دوازدهم ماه اکتبر سال 2001میلادیعنوان آن فرانک خاطرات یک دختر جوان؛ نویسنده آن فرانک؛ مترجم رویا طلوع؛ در 327ص؛ ایبوکیادمانهای «آن فرانک»، یادداشتهای روزانه ی یک دختر نوجوان یهودی ست، که در تابستان سال 1942میلادی، در بحبوحه ی جنگ جهانگیر دوم، در وحشت از نازی‌ها، مجبور شد همراه با اعضای خانواده‌ اش، در شهر «آمستردام»، به زندگی پنهانی روی آورد؛ به مدت دو سال «آن»، و پدر و خواهرش، با چهار یهودی دیگر، در آن پنهانگاه به سر بردند؛ «آن»، خاطراتش را در دفترچه‌ ای، یادداشت می‌کرد؛ سرانجام نازی‌ها، همه‌ ی آن‌ها را دستگیر، و روانه ی اردوگاه‌های مرگ کردند؛ از آن هشت نفر، تنها پدر «آن فرانک»، جان سالم به در برد، و در پایان جنگ، خاطرات دخترش را منتشر کرد؛تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 29051399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  7. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    Maybe the first thing that most people would get shocked is that I rate with only 3 stars one of the best selling books of the 20th century and now 21st century too and even a book about the HolocaustFirst thing that I learned about this book is honestyAnne Frank teaches us all about honesty about telling what you really think and so I am doing the sameFor starters I wonder how many people really I mean REALLY read the book because to rate with 5 stars a famous book that everybody tells you that it's a book that all people should read and then they got in this commnunity for readers and maybe they feel the compromise to make the rest to think that you really read the bookIf not the case hey I don't see why anyone can be offended by this comment and it's true I don't see either anyone who will complain since to me it would be only a defense mechanism behind their own guilt of really not reading the book but making the rest that they did I didn't think about this scenario but commenting about other thing with a reader friend that thought stuck in my mindI invested so much time in that because one has to be honest the book is tedious since it's not really a novel it's a collection of diary writings without a coherent line of constructing a story even you need editors' further notes to know what happened to the people in the Secret Annex since obviously Anne was unable to tell the final eventsSo since it's so tedious I wouldn't be surprised that some reader tried to read it but at the end they just rated with 5 stars to denote that they are cultured readers that they appreciate the book as one of the most important books of the 20th centuryBetween the passages you learn a lot of things The first thing that surprised me it's how this diary collection that it was written in the 40's in Holland by a teenage girl almost anybody can relate to the comments and you don't feel them as outdatedSometimes if you read an old book you sensed the outdated of the prose selection of words etc but here I didn't feel it This diary could be easily being written in present time and I don't think that it would change at all I think that it was one of its strengths since I am sure that it will be as relevant for many timeOther thing that surprised me a lot was how much Anne Frank and by association the rest of the group in the Secret Annex were informed about the events in the war I know they had a radio but from stuff that I had read about WWII there were certain elements of the information that people weren't awareI mean at many moments they denote a certainty that Jewish people were murdered in the extermination camps of course if you call them extermination camps of course you know that people got killed there but that's a term used by me now they called them labor camps and so far I read Jewish people really thought that they will receive baths when they were really gassed or burned to death and it's kinda logical thing since if they were so certained about their deaths there would be riots on the ghettos to flee in mass and they wouldn't march without protest to the gas chambers and the ovens Even Allied forces used espionage methods to know from Nazi prisoners what was happening to the Jewish people on the campsAnyway also there are elements like the assasination attempt to Hitler that they were aware that it was made by their own generals I don't think that kind of stuff would be informed so easily since it was a clear fact of how divided was the opinions of the high ranking staff of the Third ReichI am not saying that the diary is not authentic as some dumb people commented that the Holocaust didn't happenThe Holocaust happenedIt was real and we never forget that to avoid that it would happen again I am just commenting that surprised me how well they were informed about key sensitive info of war events taking in account that they were a bunch of people living hidden for like 3 years in an isolated annex of a building I know they got visits by the people that helped them but even so I am not uestioning its authenticity just expressing my surprise when I read it There were other things here and there that I was surprised by the use of terms like diet low fat geez I didn't know that in the 1940's they used terms like that in the 1980's were like the rush of healthy food but again I supposed it's the effect that stuff that we think are new they are just recycled and labeled as newI am amazed that this book is banned in some schools okay there are comments relating to sex and sexual preferences but so what? If a teenage girl from the 1940's can think about stuff like that while she was isolated with a war outside don't you think that teenagers of today can think just the same? I think that books like this one can help them to know that they are not alone that they are not weird for thinking things like that that was normal in the 1940s and it's normal now tooI was amazed that the group tried to live normal I mean kids making school work and so I think that in such extraordinary circumstances they needed to do extraordinary things like to make circles and to talk in group and hearing all about topics I mean they were like trapped and living together really too close in the sense of physical space and yet nobody cares about what Anne thinks or what she has to offer? Geez Sure they need to be really still and in silence usually at day but they should like making a tribe I don't know I am babbling but to try to live like regular families was evidently wrong for the sanity of their interrelationshipsWhat didn't surprised me were behaviors like trying to hide food or keeping money from the group In times where the group work were essential to survive the human selfishness risen as a second natureResumming I just want to explain that my rating is based on my entertaining experience while reading the book and the format of the book itselfAnd this didn't have to do with my respect for the subject of the Holocaust and its terrible events

  8. Charlotte May Charlotte May says:

    There really isn’t anything I can add that many other reviews haven’t already done It’s a five star read because it is important because it is real and because the holocaust is something we should never forget

  9. Hannah Greendale Hannah Greendale says:

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel From Beginning to Bookend One cannot fathom what other marvelous books the world might have known had this talented perceptive girl been permitted the life she was due We don't want our belongings to be seized by the Germans but we certainly don't want to fall into their clutches ourselves So we shall disappear of our own accord and not wait until they come and fetch usBut Daddy when would it be? He spoke so seriously that I grew very anxious Don't worry about it we shall arrange everything Make the most of your carefree young life while you can That was all Oh may the fulfillment of these somber words remain far distant yetFifteen months later The atmosphere is so oppressive and sleepy and as heavy as lead You don't hear a single bird singing outside and a deadly close silence hangs everywhere catching hold of me as if it will drag me down deep into an underworld

  10. Duane Duane says:

    It happened That thing the reason I have put off reading this happened My heart broke And I knew it would Sure I had heard of Anne Frank I knew who she was what she did what happened She is a historic figure and a tragic one certainly But I didn't make the really personal connection until I read her words this diary Her words bring her to life again What a precocious young girl so smart so full of life; a life with so much promise so much hope She thinks even writes very much like a young girl would today I think that's why so many young people feel a connection with her still It's not a great work of literature It can be tedious at times even repetitive But it's an important contribution to history It tells a story that needs to be told again and again not forgotten Yes Anne's words do give her life and they will break your heart But importantly they resonate across time and around the world and I expect they always will

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Het Achterhuis[Read] ➳ Het Achterhuis ➻ Anne Frank – Thomashillier.co.uk In July 1942 Anne Frank and her family fleeing the horrors of Nazi occupation hid in the back of an Amsterdam warehouse Anne was thirteen when the family went into the Secret Annexe and over the next In July Anne Frank and her family fleeing the horrors of Nazi occupation hid in the back of an Amsterdam warehouse Anne was thirteen when the family went into the Secret Annexe and over the next two years she vividly describes in her diary the frustrations of living in such confined uarters the constant threat of discovery hunger and tiredness and above all the boredom Her diary ends abruptly when she and her family were finally discovered by the Nazis in August The author was born on June and died while imprisoned at Bergen Belsen three months short of her sixteenth birthdayThe book remains the single most poignant true life story to emerge from the Second World WarAbout the AuthorAnne Frank was born in Frankfurt am Maine in Germany in She is the author of The Diary of a Young Girl which tells the remarkable true story of a young Jewish girl against the backdrop of the horrors of the Second World War Adolescent preoccupations and emotions are recorded alongside the growing powers of the Nazis and their imposition of Anti Jewish Laws to create a compelling poignant insight into family life under Nazi ruleAnne Frank moved to Holland with her family when the Nazis became powerful in Germany The Nazis believed that some races such as Jews and gypsies did not deserve the right to live and they started to arrest transport and kill them Afraid for their lives Anne and her family went into hiding During the terrible time in hiding Anne was growing from a young girl into a woman and she recorded her thoughts and experiences in a diary the constant fear of discovery the conflicts with her mother her emerging sexuality and her hopes for the future As the diary progresses Anne's childish innocence is replaced by premature wisdom and reflection; she not only expresses her concerns with their personal sufferings but also political events unfolding far from their hiding place The family hid in the Secret Annexe at.

About the Author: Anne Frank

See this thread for information Annelies Marie Anne Frank was a Jewish girl born in the city of Frankfurt Germany Her father moved to the Netherlands in and the rest of the family followed later Anne was the last of the family to come to the Netherlands in February She wrote a diary while in hiding with her family and four friends in Amsterdam during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War IIShe lived in Amsterdam with her parents and sister During the Holocaust Anne and her family hid in the attic of her father's office to escape the Nazis It was during that time period that she had recorded her life in her diary Anne died in Bergen Belsen in February at the age of .