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How would you interpret the messages in the poem Anne received from her father for her birthday?
I read them, but don't understand at all.. of course it makes sense I don't understand.. I am a 10 year old doing a 13 year old's work because I skipped a few grades. But anyway, I need help please!

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    This is a question about "The Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank. :)

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    Carlie, Court, Collin -- please do not switch user names.

    Since you've posted several questions about this book, it's probably beyond your capabilities to understand it. I suggest you put it aside and read it again in a couple of years when you can fully comprehend its beauty and heartbreaking message.

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