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A very good book that breaks down the book, Anne's life, and how the book became a play and movie are all detailed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Star Child
Very dry. Although touching on a serious subject the author didn't say much that you couldn't read on WikipediaPublished 11 months ago by Brenda Supplee
Francine Prose has created a thoughtful, well-researched and personal book about Anne Frank, her diary, and the world's reaction to this creation. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tim Field
Interesting for someone into Anne Frank, however there has to be a better means of discussing the versions of the Diary - it gets very confusing.Published 12 months ago by Lyn Maute
An extremely informative and well-written account of the people who influenced and affected Anne Frank. A terrific supplement to reading her diaryPublished 12 months ago by Louise Hirsch
It didn't hold my interest very well. I had expected to read more of the conditions of her hiding and how she got along.Published 12 months ago by Dorothy M. Brott
This is very academic, but an easy read. It is a great analysis of all of the Anne Frank texts.Published 12 months ago by J. J. Mabbott
To much prose not enough Ann Frank, I didn't even finish the book,a flrst for me.Published 12 months ago by arnold