How is Anne Frank a leader?
Anne was a laissez-faire leader because she didn’t tell people what to do or gave people special guidelines to follow. She was also passive which makes her a laissez-faire leader. Being a laissez-faire leader, along with the qualities she had, made her a very successful woman, even though she died at a very young age.
Why does MRs Frank cry in act1?
Why does MRs. Frank begin to cry? She is hurt by Anne’s treatment of her.
Why is it important to know that Mr Frank saves the glove but wants his papers to be burned?
Why is it important to know that Mr. Frank saves the glove but wants his papers to be burned? Miep is trying to save all of the papers and memories, while Mr. Frank only wants to save a white glove.
Why is the distinction between the words important to Mr Van Daan?
Why is the distinction between the words important to Mr. Van Daan words reveal about him? He is old fashioned in his thoughts. Anne doesn’t want the Van Daans to walk all over her.
Which expression used by Mrs Van Daan is hyperbole?
Which expression used by Mrs. Van Daan is hyperbole in lines 907-917? “His father’ll kill him if he catches him in there with the cat and work not done.”
What invasion is Mr Frank talking about?
Frank says, “The invasion has come! We’re going to be liberated!” What invasion is he talking about? The allies have arrived in Normandy. If they get to the annex, they will be free.
Why is Mrs Frank worried about the ration books?
Why is Mrs. Frank worried about the ration books? Frank’s spice business. They give ration books to the poor.
What is the relationship between Anne Frank and Peter?
Peter and Anne fell in love. They cuddled and kissed in Peter’s room and in the attic. But after a while Anne realised that Peter would never become the friend she had hoped for. She backed off a little, but Peter did not.
Why is Margot jealous of Anne?
Margot writes that she is somewhat jealous of Anne’s relationship with Peter, but only because she also wants someone with whom she can share her feelings. Anne’s mother forbids Anne from going up to see Peter because Mrs. van Daan is jealous.