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ANNE FRANK by DylanWilliams
I want to write about Anne Frank because her story is just to horrifying especially to a teenager. I couldn’t image how scared she would be. Especially when you stay in an attic for 2 years, you don’t know what is going on, and youre clueless to the outside world. I don’t understand how she went two years of staying inside when I can only do it for a couple of days. Not only was she up there but she had to be quiet during the day so no one will know they are up in the attic. Naother reason I want to write about her. Her story is mjust unbelievablde and catches the readers attention and keeps you on the edge of your seat. And once youre drawn in there is no losing interest. The rising action and conflict is so powerful that it will have you biting your nails. And this story has done those things for over 68 years. The fact that she could have gone on to be one of the greatestwriters in the world, or went on to start a revoluition on the haulocaust. There are many what ifs to her story. And my final reason is because in her story she always had a positive attitude no mateer what the circumstances. The question is how do you have an attitude like that while being hunted and hiding in an attic? In conclusion I think this story is one of the most interesting out of all that I have written. When a story has love,warfare, and family, its kind of hard not to write about…...

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