I would find it easiest to deal with Mr. Frank as he is very calm in the play. He is also very caring in the play. In the play he doesn't hesitate to let Mr. Dussel to join them in their hideout which shows he is caring. In the story Mr. Frank also doesn’t explode when Anne spills milk on the fur coat which shows he is calm. Most of the other characters in the story would infuriate me so Mr. Frank would probably be the only one who wouldn't.
All the Annoyances in the World
The Great Dutch Potato Famine
In the story when Mr. Van Dann steals food the “family” almost splits apart. They handle the situation by reminding him of what he is surviving and by threatening him. If I handled the situation i would not make him feel bad. I would remind him about what he is going through and that he should think about it in somebody else’s perspective. I believe that making somebody feel bad is never a good idea. I believe that the the best way to change someone is to build them up, not to bring them down.
I would not be able to be as great as a protector as Miep and Mr. Kraler. They would risk their lives for someone else, which is simply something I could never do. Also sometimes, its simply not a good idea. Its simply quality of life. Why should someone completely waste their time for a seemingly lost cause? Even in the rare occasion where the jewish family that was being protected survived, they would never be accepted with such racism and have an awful quality of life. Still, even though this sounds completely heartless and cruel, but its the honest truth. Would you make a horse live without its legs?
The Protectors of The Family