Biografía de Ana Frank 1929-1945

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Plaza & Janés, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 375 pages
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The most in-depth, perceptive and authoritative portrait of Anne Frank's life that we shall ever have.  A remarkably perceptive, definite account of Anne Frank's life and posthumous fame. Anne Frank's Diary of a Young Girl is the most widely read work of non-fiction after the Bible.  Yet, remarkably, there has never been an in-depth biography of the teenage writer who perished in the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen. Written with the full co-operation of Anne Frank's surviving family, El Diario de Ana Frank is the most authoritative record we shall ever have of the short life of this remarkable young woman.  Carol Ann Lee provides a full, living portrait of 'Hitler's most famous victim', making use of dramatic new material to which she has been given exclusive access.  This includes previously unpublished letters from Anne and new evidence about whom betrayed her.  With a foreword by Anne Frank's cousin, Buddy Elias, El Diario de Ana Frank marks an exceptional achievement in biography. Carol Ann Lee is a world authority on Anne Frank as well as a gifted and sympathetic writer, as Buddy Elias writes: "Not only was her knowledge astonishing, but her love and dedication to this cause warmed my heart".

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About the author (1999)

Carol Ann Lee's first book, Roses from the Earth: The Biography of Anne Frank, has been translated into thirteen languages. She is also the author of The Hidden Life of Otto Frank and three books for children, Anne Frank's Story, A Friend Called Anne, and Anne Frank and the Children of the Holocaust. She lives in Yorkshire, England.

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