How does Anne criticise the attitude of grown-ups in her diary ?                                                                   (10 marks) 

Asked by pdcavita | 27th Dec, 2017, 07:47: PM

Expert Answer:

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Anne's journey into adolescence involves questioning and assessing the actions of the adults around her. Anne observed the lives and the behavioural nature of the adults and was not happy with the attitude of the grown-ups in the Annexe. She feels that they are too involved in her life, overly critical, and clueless.  Grown-ups have an opinion about everything, but never listen to hers. Anne feels her mother lacks motherly felings and longs for kindness and affection. She realises that adult life is not as rational and virtuous as children think it is and is much more complex, and filled with both negative and positive traits and actions.. They never allow chilren to form an opinion of their own. 

Answered by  | 1st Jan, 2018, 06:10: PM

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