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How fast does a caterpillar change into a moth? If a moth only takes 2 to 3 months to fully mature, then why is it so difficult for a teenager to grow up? This essay will compare and how Anne changes on 3 fronts, family relationships, romance in her life, and her personality.
Anne’s family relationships were typical of an average teen. ‘I have a good relationship with my father, not so much my mother.'(pg 3) Teens tend to push the same sex parent more than the other, causing conflict.
This does not mean the amount of care is not the same.’ I can only feel sorry for Mummy, who has now discovered that I have adopted her own attitude.’ (pg 78) Anne shows us that although she disagrees with her parents, she still respects them by acting just like them because of her raising.
Romance is easy for a spry, young girl. ‘After a while it cools down of course; especially as I take little notice of ardent looks and pedal blithely on.
'(pg 85) Young love is about being flirty, not taking things seriously. ‘Mother thinks Peter is in love with me, quite frankly, I only wish he were, then we’d be quits and really able to get to know each other.'(pg 190) As Anne learned of true feelings, she wants to get serious with Peter.
As a person gets older, their personality changes. ‘Perhaps I lack confidence, but anyway, there it is a stubborn fact and I don’t seem to be able to do anything about it.
'(pg 3) What she lacks in the beginning, she gais throughout her stay in the Annex. ‘Although I’m only fourteen, I know quite well what I want, I know who is right and who is wrong, I have my opinions, my own ideas and principles and although it may sound pretty mad from an adolescent, I feel more of a person than a child, I feel quite independent of anyone.'(pg 179) Anne’s thoughts and actions have changed her personality to an aspiring young woman.
As you can tell, Anne has changed while living in the Annex. Her family relationships, romances, and personality has changed quickly and dramatically. This is crucial to her maturing. The diary was a way for her to express herself. It is all in the interpretation of the context. Many things intervene in the diary, leaving a foreboding feeling. The story shows the differences I have pointed out.
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