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ACT II “The Diary of Anne Frank
Unable to express oneself
Fearful feeling about what will happen next
Practice of making someone do what you want by threatening to reveal his or her secrets
Sad and lonely
Ability to sense immediately, without reasoning
Without producing the desired results
Monetary unit of the Netherlands
Formerly, to pass between two rows of men who struck at offender with clubs as he passed; here, a serious of troubles or difficulties
run the gauntlet
Strictly observing the rites and traditions of Judaism
State or place of temporary punishment
Moral anguish arising from repentance for past misdeeds; bitter regret
Wild uproar or noise
Nazi concentration camp in Poland that was well known as a death camp
A village in Germany that, with the village of Bergen, was the site of Bergen-Belsen, a Nazi concentration camp
A village of central Germany near Weimar; site of Nazi concentration camp during WWII
Anger aroused by something unjust, mean, or unworthy
Freedom from prejudice; acceptance of the views of others
limited to the surface; lacking depth
Conquest and control of a nation or territory by foreign armed forces
Excessive or uncontrollable emotion; such as panic
Violent attack; an overwhelming outpour
A persistent sense of inadequacy
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