Summary of "The Ignored Lesson of Anne Frank"
Throughout history, many events have occurred and stories about them have been passed down in many different ways. Sometimes the stories are told in a subjective way or it is socially unacceptable to question such events. Bruno Bettelheim in "The Ignored Lesson of Anne Frank" talks about the German holocaust and the story of Anne Frank. Although the author is not criticizing the Frank family, he is
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in those times. The Frank’s lacked the determination and relied too much on each other in this critical situation.
The author portrays the family unusually, he says they were in false-comfort and how they were blind to the seriousness of the time. He shows how the Frank’s had inadequate preparation and it served as a catalyst to their eventual fate. Bettelheim asks how humanity can put this family on such a high pedestal?