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The Diary of a Young Girl

The Diary of a Young Girl - B.M. Mooyaart, Eleanor Roosevelt, Anne Frank Near the end of the novel, she becomes very insightful. Honestly, for the most part, this felt like exactly what it was - a diary of a young girl. She'd mention all the things they had to suffer through in that attic, and I'd remember that they were events that really happened, and I'd be horrified that people thought it a good idea to make all of these innocent people suffer for something they could not even control. Anyway, since it was written by a young girl, the writing is a bit dull, but I have no doubt that had she survived, she would have become a wonderful author or journalist.