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situation of Jews in the "outside world? What distinctions, or contrasts, does she make? How do these connections and
contrasts make Anne feel?

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Answer: I didn’t finish reading The Diary of Anne Frank, so I’m not too sure about my answer, but I got this.

She noticed that both she and the Jews were stuck in small areas. Most of the Jews were already captured, and she was not. She feels grateful that she was not captured, but she sometimes feels upset that she has to be in hiding instead of going about her day as usual.

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