Anne Frank

Anne Frank

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  • Act 1: Scene 1
  • Why do you want to leave? There are so many letters and notes to answer!
  • There are too many memories and too much suffering . Burn the letters.
  • Act 1: Scene 2
  • I have seen you before, surrounded by other kids. I'm a lone wolf.
  • Really?! Jopie and I have never seen you around.
  • Act 1: Scene 3
  • Anne, you are an unladylike, rude, spoiled child! Why aren't you more like Margot?
  • I am never going to be like Margot! I am not going to let you walk all over me.
  • Mr. Frank wishes to leave his home in Amsterdam, because of the memories that remind him of the experiences he had with his family. He also wants to burn the letters sent to him about Anne.
  • Act 1: Scene 4
  • I am very disappointed in myself. Father, I have been trying to be better. You are the only one I love.
  • Anne and Peter introduce themselves. They discover that they both go to the same school. Peter noticed Anne around other kids, but Anne has never noticed Peter.
  • Act 1: Scene 5
  • I have something special for all of you, I know it isn't much, but I hope you like it!
  • Mr. Van Daan is annoyed with Anne's attitude and he wishes that Anne was more like Margot. Anne continues to irritate Mr. Van Daan because she wants to stay true to her personality.
  • Act 2: Scene 1
  • Margot and Anne! Be grateful, you could be in a concentration camp.
  • Mrs. Frank wants to comfort Anne after her frightening nightmare, but Anne wants her to leave. Anne tells her dad that she only likes him, and she dislikes her mom.
  • I love you too Anne. Now, you need to apologize to your mother. You hurt her feelings.
  • Anne gives everyone unexpected presents for Hanukkah. This kind gesture lightens the mood in the annex.
  • All: Thank you very much Anne! This was very kind of you.
  • After living about 1 year and 5 months in the annex, Anne and Margot become upset with their conditions.  This causes them to wish for their situation to come to an end.
  • I wish all of this would come to an end.
  • This situation is misery itself.
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