Anne has a nightmare
ACT I SCENE 4
All is silent in the annex. Everyone sleeps peacefully, well, everyone except for Anne.
Anne has a nightmare and cries from fear, and Mr. Dussel does not appreciate it. Edith attempts to comfort Anne.
There is a bit of arguing in the annex, and it seems that Mr. Dussel doesn't like to share his room much with Anne.
Anne seems to prefer her fathers company in her time of need, and this upsets Edith, who is attempting to comfort her child. Margot comforts Edith.
Anne speaks to her father of her attempts to be her nicer self, but that her mean self comes out. Otto listens to his beloved child and giver her some words of wisdom. This happens until Anne falls asleep.
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