Anne Frank's Diario de una adolescente PDF

By Anne Frank

Un testimonio único sobre el horror y l. a. barbarie, y una celebración del espíritu humano y las ganas de vivir
Diario de una adolescente es una de las biografías más queridas de todos los tiempos, además de uno de los documentos más perdurables del siglo XX. Desde su publicación en 1947, continua cautivando a lectores de todas las edades y ha sido leído por millones de personas en todo el mundo.
En junio de 1942, tras l. a. invasión Nazi de Holanda, los eight miembros de los angeles familia Frank, se ocultaron en una buhardilla anexa al edificio donde el padre de Anne tenía sus oficinas. Allí permanecieron recluidos hasta agosto de 1944, fecha en que fueron detenidos y enviados a campos de concentración. En ese lugar y en las más precarias condiciones, Anne Frank, con tan solo trece años, escribió su estremecedor Diario. Descubierto poco tiempo después en ese mismo ático, Diario de una adolescente captura el admirable espíritu de Anne y su familia, mientras sobreviven al horror más grande que el mundo moderno había visto sin jamás perder su sobrecogedora  humanidad. 

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After what she had endured, the grief and the enmity, it was a wonder she had written at all. He half-listened to the sudden thud of feet overhead, the 42 R ELENTLESS PURSUI T shouts as a petty officer chased some confused newcomer to his right station. They would learn. They had to. He recalled the dry wording of his final orders. You are to repair in the first instance to Freetown, Sierra Leone, and avail yourself of the latest intelligence concerning the forts and settlements on that coast. You will reasonably assist the senior officer of the patrolling squadron in whatever way you consider conforms with these said orders.

The trouble in question was Midshipman Sandell, walking as he always did, with his dragging springy step, as if he was already strutting his own quarterdeck, Dias thought. But Dias was an old hand. He knew about the young gentlemen and how far you could go. Not like some of them, Sandell actually enjoyed being hated, and hated he was. When he was eventually commissioned lieutenant he would make life hell for everyone. It was to be hoped he would be killed before that happened. Sandell stood, hands on hips, his lips pursed in what might have been a smile.

Sullivan was one of the older hands, respected by everyone, not least because he had been at Trafalgar, although he rarely spoke of it, and Adam was grateful that he had stayed with the ship. Sullivan had regarded him with those clear eyes, like the eyes of a much younger man looking out of his weathered face. ” And there was the ship, like glass from this vantage point. Strange to think that Bellairs, the youngest lieutenant, was the only officer aboard until the recruiting venture was over and the anchor was hove short again.

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