The Diary of Anne Frank
Author: Anna Frank
Translator: Lusine Hambaryan
The diary was written by a Jewish girl named Anne Frank during the bloody days of the 1940s. It’s a real-life story about real people. For the first time, The Diary of Anne Frank was published in 1947, two years after the war.
The Diary of Anne Frank is a significant document on one of the 20th century genocides, the Holocaust. In 1947, after being published for the first time it has been read by millions of people, becoming an inspiring testimony of the indestructible nature of human will. In this simple, childish diary the interrupted voices of millions of innocent people can be heard. Perhaps this is the reason that the word of a thirteen-year-old girl reached the reader and was loved in all the parts of the world.
This edition contains sections from the diary that were omitted from the previous publications. Due to these additions, the reader can penetrate into Anne’s world, relate to the life, tragedy, emotions and hopes of this and suchlike families during that historical period.
Being a unique sample of its kind, The Diary of Anne Frank gives an exceptional opportunity to perceive the events of the past as an eyewitness. The diary is about dreams, about the road to dreams, the relative happiness found in-between pain and loss, about the human and his struggle. And this struggle never ends.