Dear Miss Breed Character Analysis

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There is many stories that will show how the characters went through conflict and how it help them and affect them. People can best respond to conflict by staying positive. Some boys,girls,and adults went through so much,but their positive attitude help them get through rough times.Can you compare your life to their lives? Can you imagine?

In Dear Miss Breed a story when the Japanese had to evacuate the U.S. The Japanese seem not so happy about the idea they had to leave the cities they were living in. They also had to leave whatever they've had or the things they were working on. In Dear Miss Breed children sent letters to describe the places they were in. Children describe the place as a really good, fresh, and fancy place. In Dear Miss Breed, the story says “Louise Ogawa enjoyed
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The talk between her dad and Miep is about how Anne's dad survive the war. Also her dad starts reading Anne's diary that he'd given to her. In the play it says “MIEP: Burn this? FRANK: Anne’s diary. “Monday, the sixth of July, nineteen forty-two.”... Only three years ago.” This sentence from the play is showing how Anne Frank also use a diary to keep herself into something that won't bored. “Dear Diary, since you and I are going to be great friends, I will start by telling you about myself. My name is Anne Frank. I am thirteen years old. I was born in Germany the twelfth of June, nineteen twenty-nine. As my family is Jewish, we emigrated to Holland when Hitler came to power.” This is an entry found on the play and Anne Frank's diary. This sentence was written by Anne Frank, it talks and expresses her feeling towards the diary. Also she love her diary she had someone to talk to when she had no one, due to the circumstances that some days her sister was busy with other stuff and she had no one to talk to. Although Anne Frank was taken out of the attic and taken to the concentration camps by the Nazis she always had a positive