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Nikiss Young Young itibaren Obley NSW 2868, Avustralya itibaren Obley NSW 2868, Avustralya

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Nikiss Young Young itibaren Obley NSW 2868, Avustralya

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harry potter kitaplarının favorisi. w / flannery kasım 2015 yeniden okumak bu benim 3. kez oldu, sanırım, ve gerçekten bazı sorunlu pacing, artı nerede dolandırıcı hermione, kitabın 9 / 10s olduğu? Hafızam bir karakter olarak çok daha var, ama bu ilk 3 kitapta çok fazla değil. sadece onun overachiever tip A her şeyi bossy goody-two-shoes-ness ile çok ilgili midir? (spoileri görüntüle)

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Though along the same realm of Anne Frank's diary, Nina Lugobskaya's diary is vastly difference. While Anne's diary is hopeful and beautifully written, Nina's diary is more cynical and contains her day-to-day life. Of course, Anne was stuck in the Annex while Nina could go out and about, so we learn more about Stalin's Russia in her diary than we do Hitler's regime in Anne's. Anne and Nina are very different girls. Anne Frank was pretty, charming, the type of girl everyone liked, especially boys. Nina Lugovskaya, on the other hand, was much darker, more cynical, and isolated from others. She was a bit of an outcast, which makes her diary read like a real teenager's. It really isn't fair to compare the two diaries, though, since Nina didn't get to edit hers beforehand like Anne did. Nina, while often moody and selfish, is a shrew observer, and you really get to see what Russia was like at the time. You learn about the day-to-day life there: school, shopping, and the police knocking down your door. Nina's father had been sent away for suspected suspicious activities and so she, her mother, and two older sisters were on their own in terms of money and food, both of which there was never enough. The most passionate you ever see Nina is when she's ranting against Stalin. I could really see the political climate and how it was going to turn out. Nina, though dreaming of being a writer as a kid, ended up being a painter. Like Anne, this is her only testimony to us. I'd recommend!