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Name: _______________________________Per:____ Date: ___ CHALLENGE Eng 8


The Diary of Anne Frank Test Review Packet
Complete these charts, designed to help you review for the test. Use The
Language of Literature to help you look up the details as necessary.

Character(s)        details from the play about the character(s)             Does the character (s)
                   (personality, exemplary quotes, internal and            change over the course of
                                 external conflicts)                           the play? How?

Anne




Mr. Frank




Mrs. Frank




Mr. and Mrs.
Van Daan




Peter




Mr. Dussel
                                                  2
   conflict            type       details about the conflict from the play    how the conflict is
                   (external or                                              resolved (solved or
                  internal) and                                                    ended)
                   character(s)
                     involved
The central,
or main,
conflict of the
play

Anne and her
mother



Anne and
Dussel



Anne
(regarding her
sense of self)


Peter and his
parents



stolen food




Mrs. Frank
and Mr. and
Mrs.Van
Daan

Anne and
Peter



Anne
(regarding
Margot)
                            3

 major events          important details about the event
                    (provide at least three for each event)
Mr. Frank finds
Anne’s Diary



The characters
go into hiding


Dussel moves in




Anne’s nightmare



The Hannukah
celebration


A crash heard
downstairs


Mr. Van Daan
getting caught
stealing food

The invasion
begins




The Secret
Annex residents
are discovered by
the Green Police
                                                    4
 words to know                                             definition
  (these are defined on
the bottoms of the pages
       of the play)
appalled


disgruntled


foreboding


inarticulate


indignantly


ostentatiously


vile


wallow



Subplots: Stories within a more complex story
Be able to write about one of these subplots in the play. Pick one and fill out the chart below.
    The story of Anne and Peter’s relationship
    The story of Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan’s selfishness
    The story of the world outside the secret annex
    The story of Mrs. Frank under pressure

subplot                characters    conflict           Effect on the    climax            resolution
                                                        main plot
                                                  5

Minor characters                Notes (brief)
and places
Miep


Mr. Kraler


Carl


Margot


Amsterdam


Bergen-Belsen



Literary terms review: define each term briefly   Example from the play
here:
tone

contrast

plot

Inciting incident

subplot

setting

climax

flashback

Act

Scene

symbol

				
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