They are forced to keep the windows curtained and they could not make any noise--no flushing of toilet or bathing. They have no access to a physician if they get sick, and because they are all enclosed together, everyone can become ill. Aside from the overriding fear of being discovered by the Nazis, here are some problems that the residents of the annex faced: It looks like measles.
Prose and poetry From settlement to The first writers of English in Canada were visitors—explorers, travelersand British officers and their wives—who recorded their impressions of British North America in charts, diaries, journals, and letters.
These foundational documents of journeys and settlements presage the documentary tradition in Canadian literature in which geography, history, and arduous voyages of exploration and discovery represent the quest for a myth of origins and for a personal and national identity.
The earliest documents were unadorned narratives of travel and exploration. The Diary of Mrs. John Graves Simcoe records the everyday life in —96 of the wife of the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada now Ontario.
Frances Brooke, the wife of a visiting British military chaplain in the conquered French garrison of Quebecwrote the first published novel with a Canadian setting. Her History of Emily Montague is an epistolary romance describing the sparkling winter scenery of Quebec and the life and manners of its residents.
The first literary journal, the Nova-Scotia Magazine, was published in Halifax in Two of the most potent influences on literary development were in evidence by the end of the 18th century: By satirizing the dialecthabits, and foibles of Nova Scotians, or Bluenoses, Thomas McCulloch, in his serialized Letters of Mephibosheth Stepsure —22and Thomas Chandler Haliburtonin The Clockmaker —36featuring the brash Yankee peddler Sam Slick, adroitly brought their region to life and helped found the genre of folk humour.
Immigrants, dreaming of a new Eden but encountering instead the realities of unpredictable native peoples, a fierce climate, unfamiliar wildlife, and physical and cultural deprivation, were the subject of prose sketches by the Strickland sisters, Susanna Strickland Moodie and Catherine Parr Strickland Traill.
The so-called Confederation poets turned to the landscape in their search for a truly native verse.
Roberts inspired his cousin, the prolific and vagabond Bliss Carmanas well as Lampman and Duncan Campbell Scottalso an Ottawa poet, to begin writing verse. Lampman is known for his meditations on the landscape. The historical romance was the most popular form of novel.
Modern period, —60 In the early 20th century, popular poets responding to the interest in local colour depicted French Canadian customs and dialect W. Slowly a reaction against sentimental, patriotic, and derivative Victorian verse set in. Here and in their anthology New ProvincesA.
Scottand A. Klein began their long literary careers. Using the documentary mode, Dorothy Livesay condemned the exploitation of workers in Day and Nightwhile her lyric poems spoke frankly of sexual love Signpost, In opposition to the cosmopolitan and metaphysical verse promoted by Smith and the literary magazine Preview —45Irving LaytonLouis Dudekand Raymond Souster—through their little magazine Contact —54 and their publishing house, the Contact Press —67 —urged poets to focus on realism and the local North American context.
GLYNN’S INTEGRATION OF SYSTEMS THINKING A Waters Foundation Grant Project a b ST/SD use in classrooms Keeping it flowing classrooms & schools flowing CONFLICTS in THE DIARY of ANNE FRANK 8th grade. Identify conflicts in the Diary of Anne Frank. Categorize each conflict as Character vs. Character, Character vs. Self, Character vs. Society, Character vs. Nature, or Character vs. Technology. Illustrate conflicts in the cells, using characters from the story. Main Conflict #4 It is November 16 and the two families are celebrating Hanukkah. They have the dinner and then while no one expecting pesents Anne comes and shares them with the two families. As they celebrate some more there is a noise downstairs, it is a thief according ashio-midori.com on pg "It was a thief. The noise must have scared him away".
A Book of Glosas, By novels of local colour were beginning to overshadow historical romances. Out of the Prairies emerged the novel of social realismwhich documented the small, often narrow-minded farming communities pitted against an implacable nature.
These novels strain the bonds of conventional narrative structures as they shift from social realism toward lyricism. In the panoramic Two Solitudes and The Watch That Ends the Nightframed against the backdrop of the two world wars, Hugh MacLennan attempted to capture moralsocial, and religious conflicts that rent individuals, families, and the French and English communities in Quebec.
In her collection of stories Across the Bridgeshe probes the thin line between good and evil in the lives of ordinary people. Between the Covers Rare Books, Inc. Although historical events and the investigation of place as an imaginative source remained the most common subject matters, the narrative forms were experimental and playful.
In The Temptations of Big BearThe Scorched-Wood Peopleand A Discovery of StrangersRudy Wiebe constructed fictional and spiritual epics based on historical events in the west and the precarious relations between First Nations and European explorers and settlers.
The Stone Diarieswhich won a Pulitzer Prizebegins in early 20th-century Manitoba and follows the life of Daisy from birth to death in a variety of voices and textual strategies, while in Unless a middle-aged professional woman confronts the nature of goodness and the disintegration of a comfortable family life.
Audrey Thomas reveals the dilemmas confronting women in innovative short stories Real Mothers  and novels Intertidal Life, ; Graven Images, ; Isobel Gunn, Jack Hodgins maps a surreal island world in The Invention of the World and The Macken Charmmock-epics that both feature larger-than-life, eccentric characters and tell a colourful history of Vancouver Island.
Daphne Marlatt radically revises family and colonial history, narrative, and sexuality in Ana Historic and Taken Douglas Coupland spawned a new vocabulary with Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture This was a 15 minute ABC filmed series, originally shown at pm, but later, more sensibly, used to fill up part of the 'God Slot.' It was filmed in two batches, the second shooting began in April The Secret Annex where Anne Frank wrote her diary becomes a museum.
It attracts a huge amount of interest as Anne and her diary become known worldwide and the man responsible for the arrest of those in hiding is discovered. The Regrets of a Time Gone By - The Regrets of a Time Gone By Poetry is a language of understanding.
The reader must be able to comprehend the various known connotations for words as well as be able to pick up on the uncommon and unknown meanings of words.
A B C D E F G H I J - R S - Z. A. Abernant /85 By The Mekons.A tribute to miners and the British Miners' Strike of "The wind and the rain beat on his fair.
1 Scene Summaries for The Diary of Anne Frank Act I Scene 1 Date read in class: January 27, Character(s): Mr. Frank and Miep Setting(s): The Secret Annex above Mr. Frank. Let's begin with Otto Frank, Anne Frank's father.
Throughout the diary, he seems like an even-tempered man. However, even he reached a point of despair during his time in .