Anne Frank Storyboard

Anne Frank Storyboard

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  • Sunday morning, 5 July, 1942
  • "We shall disappear for our own accord and not waint until they come and fetch us." -p. 12
  • Wednesday, 8 July, 1942
  • Thursday, 9 July, 1942
  • Anne graduates to the next level in school, as she gets a fairly good report card, while Margot does really well on her report card, as stated here, "My report is not all bad, I had one vix satis, a five for algebra, two sixes, and the rest were all sevens or eights. My sister Margot has her report too, brilliant  as usual." Everything seems to be fine, but Anne's father talks to her about them maybe going into hiding soon. He says that if they didn't go into hiding, they would be taken by the Germans. 
  • Friday, 29 October, 1943
  • As if her father was phsychic, a member of the family receives a call-up from the SS not long after the fifth.  "At three o' clock someone rang the front doorbell. I was lying lazily reading a book on the veranda in the sunshine, so I didn't hear it. A bit later, Margot appeared at the kitchen door looking very excited. 'The S.S. have sent a call-up notice for Daddy." Margot later tells Anne that the call-up was, instead, for her. 
  • Tuesday, 13 July, 1943
  • After Margot's call-up, the Franks had to leave for hiding early instead of their original leaving date, which was July 16th. "So we walked in the pouring rain, Daddy, Mummy, and I, each with a school satchel and shopping bag filled to the brim with all kinds of things thrown together anyhow." The Franks would go into hiding with the Van Daan family.
  • Friday, 3 March, 1944
  • After being in the Annex for a year, the Van Daans have been unable to get money by selling clothes. They sell one of Mrs. Van Daan's furs, but she wants to keep the money to buy some clothing after the war. This results in a huge fight, as Anne describes it, "The yells and screams, stamping and abuse-you can't possibly imagine it! It was frightening. My family stood at the bottom of the stairs, holding their breath, ready if necessary to drag them apart!" 
  • When Anne tries to reason with Mr. Dussel to use the table in their room to write two afternoons a week, Mr. Dussel explodes with rage, saying, "I have to work too, and I can't work in the afternoons, then there is no time left for me at all. Anyway, you don't work seriously at anything. Your mythology, now just what kind of work is that;"  Anne then confides in Pim on what to do. Pim goes to Mr. Dussel and asks him to reconsider, and Mr. Dussel gave in.
  • Despite what Anne said about Peter in the beginning, she falls in love with Peter. The two have flirtatious conversations, and every interaction they have is meaningful to Anne. She says, "Kitty, I'm just like someone in love, who can only talk about her darling. And Peter really is a darling." They shared the same feelings. Though it didn't last, their relationship helped Anne mature and give her the attention she needed, and she improved because of their relationship.
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