Anne Frank Tackk
At the end of Act 2, Scene 4 Anne talks to Peter about how she feels about them living together in the Secret Annex. She also says, " You know what I do when it seems as if I couldn't stand being cooped up for one more minute? I think myself out. I think myself on a walk in the park where I used to go with Pim," saying she imagines herself outside having fun instead of being in there fearing for her life (Goodrich 951). She also tells him "I wish you had a religion, Peter" meaning she wishes he had something to fight for. Something to be waiting for. The clouds represents Anne looking at the sky and talking to Peter. And the flowers represents the flowers she saw growing while walking with her father.
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