Hiding Place For the Frank's, the Van Daan's and Mr. Dussell
Act II Scene 1 Question 1
Anne used to have an immature outburst that would disturb the Franks, Van Daans, and Mr. Dussel. Anne makes a quick turn and changes. She doesn’t act immature and she started acting like a mature young adult. She changes by looking back at her past in hiding. she realizes how annoying she was, and how much she argued with everyone. Anne argued with adults the most, especially her mother. Everybody who is hiding with her will be more than happy to hear that Anne is a mature young adult who will respect all.
Mr. Frank said that they were destroying themselves. This statement was 100% true. All they did was argue about this and that. They should really have just been thankful, thankful for being alive. I mean think about it, they have been hiding safe and healthy for over a year and they are arguing when they could be in a concentration camp starving to death. Also I thought Mr. Frank did a great job bringing them back to reality by saying the good in life and being thankful for being alive. In a crisis like they are in, they shouldn’t be arguing, they should be thankful for life.
Act II Scene 3 Question 1
Picture of the Frank Family
When the phone rang and rang, but Mr. Frank did not answer, I think he made the right choice. Even though there was a possibility it was Miep trying to warn them about something, it wasnt worth the risk. Dussel said “it’s a signal” and wanted to answer the phone, but Mr. Frank stopped him. If Mr. Frank answered the phone, and it was not Miep it would have given up their hiding spot. The Gestapo agents would then come and get them. Once that happens they would probably be sent to a concentration camp to die. Because of these possibilities, I would not pick up the phone.
Act II Scene IV Question 1