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The Diary of Anne Frank Cliffs Notes 1 edition Dorthea Shefer-Vanson


23rd September 2012 Literature & Fiction 11 Comments

The original CliffsNotes study guides offer a look into critical elements and ideas within classic works of literature.

CliffsNotes on Diary of Anne Frank takes you into the handwritten accounts of life in hiding from Nazis in World War II.

Following the feelings of a 13-year-old Jewish girl who recorded her thoughts, impressions, dreams, and cherished hopes during the two years before she and her family were discovered, this study companion covers the backgrounds and fates of the real people within Anne’s diary. Other features that help you figure out this important work includeHistorical background centering around World War IICritical commentaries covering each year Anne Frank spent in hidingSuggested essay topics to inspire discussionSelected bibliography for further research

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  • 11 responses to "The Diary of Anne Frank Cliffs Notes 1 edition Dorthea Shefer-Vanson"

  • Terrance
    5:20 on September 23rd, 2012
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    Most helpful in understanding each chapter of the book. The critical essays at the back of Cliffs Notes and Cliffsnotes Review makes reading “To Kill a Mockingbird” more interesting and challenges one to think about events of that time.

  • nottrue
    5:53 on September 23rd, 2012
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    This is the most influential book in my life. I am deeply touched by the talent of Anne. You couldn’t guess that this diary was writen by a 13 years old girl. The life in the annex was well illustrated. Anne’s mind is opened before us by this great diary. However, you couldn’t say that this was not writen by a 13 years old girl. The thoughts are what a teenage girls should have. But, very little teenage or even adult can describ his/her feeling and thoughts in such detail. I feel deeply sorry for Anne’s suffering. I felt so frighten when I was reading near the end of the diary. I don’t want the diary stop there. Why was the annex was discovered??

  • Glasshamer
    11:12 on September 23rd, 2012
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    Great help if you are in the stage production. I’ve used Cliff.s Notes many times to research a play I’m directing and I’ve been doing it 50 years (70 productions.) Great Service.

  • Mark Strikes
    15:51 on September 23rd, 2012
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    In my English class we were required to read this book. Although I did read the novel we were told to complete a study guide with the novel. We were often asked to describe certain characters and the cliff notes helped a lot. Also if I missed a night of the reading it was simple just to scan the cliff notes and then read the novel in detail later. All in all, this cliff notes book was very helpful, but I do recommend that you read the novel because it is great.

  • Wiggly
    23:57 on September 23rd, 2012
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    We had to read this book for school, and i was NOT looking forward to it. The class from last year had nothing but bad things to say about it. So I decided I would read a little bit just to keep up in our class discussions. Let me tell you, I was hooked! I couldn’t put it down! To Kill a Mockingbird is the best book I have ever read!!

  • Luis Dias
    12:08 on September 24th, 2012
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    Read the book and this helped me ace my exam. Great for people who dont like reading or people who have read the book and want to cover or further understand important points in the story.

  • dickhead
    13:06 on September 24th, 2012
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    I was pleased with the cliff notes, as well as the transaction. Seller had good communication and shipped quickly. Highly recommend! Thanks!

  • Mexican
    21:12 on September 24th, 2012
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    This book made my life in English class so much easier! I bought a new version of the book and the detailed summaries and character analysis helped me very much. The booklet is concise but full of information. Thank God for Cliffsnotes!

  • emin malazogu
    2:54 on September 25th, 2012
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    The condition of the book was OK and was as promised. The delivery time was longer than I had expected, even though is was within the alloted time. The vendor did not respond to my email inquiring about the delivery date.

  • Reita Krack
    10:00 on September 25th, 2012
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    If you are in school and are reading this book in class then this is a essential item. I did not get the cliff notes for myself someone ales got them for me and I dint even think i needed them but they really helped me. Not to just understand the book but also were the author was coming from to. It really helped me and I highly recommend this.

  • gulumse
    15:56 on September 25th, 2012
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    My son had a very hard time getting into the actual book. The vocabulary was so different he spent a lot of time on one page. I purchased the cliff notes for him to read. Once he understood what everything meant and the story itself, he really actually enjoyed reading the book. I would never substitute Cliff Notes for the actual book, but in this case it made a huge difference. Finished his report on time and I have no doubt he will do well on the test (using the Cliff notes as a study guide). My reluctance to use Cliff notes is slowly changing — using them more of a study guide in conjunction with the book. He will always be required to read the actual book.

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