The Diary of a Young Girl—by Anne Frank—records the emotional outpouring of hers, during the hiding because of world War II persecution. She portrays her literary learning in confinement. It showcases the literary way out embraced by her to subdue her wild and worried mind in the anti–Jews World War II Suffering. The ‘Diary...’—written over a period of two years—depicts her desires, hopes and aspirations in the darkness of imminent death. Her momentary dalliance with Peter highlights the natural instincts of a teenager flourishing with a fellow boy, while her determination to survive , though in vain, is the expression of positive strength of hers deserving emulation. It is an example of a life well lived, for all teenagers in the face of adversities otherwise overwhelming.