Something must be done about that child, Mrs. Frank. Yelling like that! Who knows but there’s somebody on the streets? She’s endangering all our lives.
In this scene Mr. Dussel is ranting about Anne's nightmares because he is scared it will cause them to get caught. While Mrs. Frank comforts Anne.
Hush, darling, hush. It’s all right. It’s all right.
In this scene Mrs. Frank is making sure Anne feels safe.
You’re here, safe, you see? Nothing has happened. (to Dussel) Please, Mr. Dussel, go back to bed. She’ll be herself in a minute or two. Won’t you, Anne?
Of course, Anne dear
Will you please ask father to come?
No. No. Lie quietly now. Try to sleep.
Was I awful? Did I yell terribly loud? Do you think anyone outside could have heard?
From this scene it was mainly about Anne's nightmares. First, I showed evidence of her actually having the nightmare. Second, I showed mr. Dussel getting aggervated with Anne because I thought it made everyone aware of how dangerous it is. Next, I intorduced Mr. Frank's part in it. He calmed Anne down which was a key part.
I’m a terrible coward. I’m so disappointed in myself. I think I’ve conquered my fear . . . I think I’m really grown-up . . . and then something happens . . . and I run to you like a baby . . . I love you, Father. I don’t love anyone but you