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Act 2: Scene 5
Anne was stronger than all of us, she remained hopeful when no one else was.
Act 1: Scene 2
While the workers are here, we need to be completely silent. I know this is going to be hard and a big change for all of us, but this is the only option.
Act 1: Scene 3
Good evening, I have to go. I have a friend waiting, Tom the cat.
Oh, Mrs. Quack Quack. I heard you talked so much they called you Mrs. Quack Quack.
It is present day and Miep, Mr. Kraler and Mr. Frank all all in the annex. They have just read Anne's diary and all are thinking of how hopeful and strong she was during this horrible time.
The two families have moved into the small, cramped annex and are going to have to adjust to this new life style. Mr. Frank is going over the long list of things they are not able to do during the day, if they are going to survive.
After Peter finishes his school work he rushes into his room to be with his cat. Anne and everyone else in the annex thinks he is a little too obsessed with his cat. Anne is using this to annoy and imitate Peter, and in return Peter is using Anne's talkative trait to make fun of her.
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