When adults say, “Teenagers think they are invincible” with that sly, stupid smile on their faces, they don’t know how right they are. We need never be hopeless, ‘cause we can never be irreparably broken. We think that we are invincible because we are. We cannot be born, and we can’t die. Like all energy, we can only change shapes, sizes, and manifestations.

This makes revolve around the era where dwelled the great fighter-with-the-pen, our heroine, Anne Frank. Her writings are powerful and gripping pieces by the teenager who records her longings, needs, feelings, moods, fears, and conflicts; waiting to be set free, to breathe fresh air, and to turn her dreams into reality. She yearns for all these things living in a world where things seem to be falling apart. She wrote her diary at a time in history when the world was witnessing one of the most atrocious events - The Second World War.

Anne Frank’s, ‘Diary of A Young Girl’ needs to be read both as a historical document, as well as a literary work. What makes this teen so special, is her extraordinary circumstance, the techniques used to cope with them, her unique style of writing, the insights she gives about the people in ‘Secret Annexe’, and the honesty and humor with which she reveals her thoughts.

Anne gives us a first-hand account of what the Jews went through during World War II. Her writings are often personified as the voice of the sufferers who were left at the mercy of Hitler during the Holocaust.

It is a tale of a universal theme: survival and prejudice.
Along with the fact that it teaches how there is nobility in human compassion, it reaches out to the individual and makes their saga of pain and anguish more realistic and believable. For teens too, it acts as an insightful tool to get inspired and learn how to thrive, as someone has rightfully said, "survival of the fittest".

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