Anne Frank: A Hidden Life
A gripping, clear-headed portrait of one of the best-loved writers and people of our time. This account, by an acclaimed German author, also explores the events and people of Anne Frank's world. She creates an ideal companion book to the diary that answers the questions we have when we are finished: What did the other Annex residents think of Anne? What happened to Anne and her family after they were found? How many others were hidden in Holland? How many were found? Who were the people who hid the Franks and others? Why didn't more Jews flee the Nazi threat? These and other troubling questions are answered with honesty and logic in a fascinating look at a time we cannot know well enough.
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