Anne Frank 

Virtual Diary

 

Scene 1

If I were Mr. Frank I would have a hard time going back to a place where my wife, two daughters, and I spent 25 months hiding from the Green Police. Also, knowing that I was the only one to survive. I would still go back, though. If I were Mr. Frank it would feel like having my family back again just long enough to make me forget that I was the only Frank left. I would also go because i would like to get my stuff and my family’s stuff that was left behind. There would also be the want to thank my protectors, Miep and Mr. Kraler.

 

Act 1

Noah Caplan

 

Act 1

scene 2

2. In scene 2 the Van Daans move into the hiding place with the Franks. If my family moved in with total strangers we would not be as trusting as the Franks because they are complete strangers and you don’t know their background. Problems that would be had is the awkwardness between us and the other family. Also getting to know new people can also be difficult depending on the attitude of the people. Also another problem would be getting dressed and the bathroom situations.

Louis Betz

Act 1

Scene 3

I would find it easiest to live with Anne because we both have kind of the same point of view as each other. We both believe that the world is different than what our parents see and are not always the best listeners. We do things against others’ wills. There’s also the fact that we both do things that are not considered popular to like or do.I just feel that me and Anne would be able to get along with each other more than the other

 

Noah Caplan

Scene 1, #1

Earlier in the play Anne’s outbursts and arguments focused on trivial matters. In this scene Anne changes from how she was during the first act. In the first act she was a very immature kid but now we start to see her change to be strong and independent. We can see this change in the text from act 1 “ [As she is removing a pair of panties] A cat? ” This as you can see is very immature and rude of Anne to do in front of men like Mr. Van Daan. But in act 2 scene 1 she shows a different side. the text states “ We’re young, Margot, Peter, and I! You grownups have had your chance! But look at us . . . If we begin thinking of all the horror in the world, we’re lost! We’re trying to hold on to some kind of ideals . . . when everything . . . Ideals, hopes . . . everything, are being destroyed ! It isn't our fault the world is in such a mess! we weren't around when all this started! So dont try to take this out on us! “ This shows Anne’s strong independent side.

 

Act 2

Louis Betz

Act 2

Scene 3

When Mr. Frank says, “The Nazis don’t need to destroy us. We’re destroying ourselves.” he is explaining that all the arguing is tearing them apart. They were fighting from family to family and fighting family member against family member. Some examples are when Mr. Mr Van Daan is caught stealing food and the whole night turns into a fight about kicking out the Van Daans or not. That itself would make an easy argument saying that kicking a Jewish family out on the streets is like suicide for them.

 

Noah Caplan

scene 4, #1

In scene 4 the telephone rings and mr frank refuses to answer it. In my opinion Mr.Frank did the right thing because the building was closed then so it might have been suspicious that someone would be there. Also that could be the Gestapo calling to see if the people hiding would be stupid enough to pick up the phone so they know they are there.If I was in the same situation that Mr. Frank was in I would have done the same thing Mr. Frank did because it is not worth being found to answer a phone call.

Act 2

Louis Betz

Final Choice

Final Choices, #1

The last quote Mr. Frank reads from the diary is “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” This quote shows that Anne believed that no matter what happened in the past  people will still always have good left in their heart. This also reveals that Anne was very forgiving to everyone that did something wrong to her or her family. This quote is important to how Anne is remembered because this is how she acted as very forgiving and nice. Also she writes very forgivingly too this shows with how she acts when talking with Peter,Margot,her mom, and dad.

Louis Betz