Dear Max

 

by:Jose Mendoza and Jonathan Solominsky

Dear Max,

During World War II several restriction that were placed upon the Jewish people. Many of these restrictions were Jewish had to wear yellow stars and they couldn’t stay in business. As well Jewish  people could not go to the movie theater, ride an automobile or bikes. If these restrictions were put upon me I would do as told to be able to still live a happy life and a long one until the war ends.by Jose

Dear Max,

As the families continued to spend some time together in hiding, they started to annoy one another. I believe that I would be able to get along with Peter  best because he liked to joke around at times and I have a good sense of humor. Likewise, Peter enjoyed spending  time with his cat Mouschi and he is the only person that was allowed feed him, I enjoy spending time with my dog and would be a bit Irritated. by Jose

Dear Max, Anne mentions several things that each person would like to do again. if I were in in hiding like Anne I would like to spend time with with my friends because we are all worried what would happen to the people you care about the most and that would be my friends.  would as well want to play all the old games I have to bring back memories I had with my brothers and with my best friend.by  Jose

Dear Max,

  Mr. Frank did make the right decision not to pick up the phone. I would not have picked up the phone because the other person who is calling would know that somebody is living there. One example is, in the text it says  “No. I’ve told you, no. I’ll do nothing that might let anyone know we’re in the building.” This shows that Mr. Frank knows that if he answers the phone they will know there is people living in the attic.by Jonathan

Dear Max,

Anne has changed from earlier in the play when her outbursts were focused on trivial matters and now she is worried about the nazis finding her in the attic for example on page 836 states “Don’t say that, it’s so wonderful to see them! I can smell  the wind and the cold on your clothes, this shows that anne had enough of the attic and wants to smell the air once more. by Jonathan

Dear Max,

In scene 3 Mr. Frank says, “We don’t need the Nazis to destroy us. We’re destroying ourselves.” This means that the families are destroying themselves by arguing and fighting that the yelling is going to put an end to them. One example is when the text states “And you… you’re worse than he is! You’re a mother, and yet you sacrifice your child to this man...this...this” this shows that Mrs.Frank had enough of Mrs.Van Daan.  by Jonathan

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