15.11.2011 [Macleans.ca] - The millions of political prisoners in Stalin's, Mao's and Hitler's camps had little hope of becoming prison writers unless they survived (temporarily, like Primo Levi, AnneFrank or Bao Ruo-Wang), since there was no ink and paper in the gulags and
April 29: In Amsterdam, Matt Lauer visits the AnneFrank House and speaks to head of collections Teresien da Silva about the young girl whose diary has been translated into dozens... - 29.04.2008, MSNBC
Thursday, May. 8, 2014 [ctv.ca] - احمد حازم الطيب: AnneFrank's tragic story is returning to the stage in Amsterdam, hoping to engage a whole new generation with the Jewish teenager whose diary is the most famous chronicle of life under Nazi occupation.
For someone like me, it is a very strange habit to write in a diary. Not only that I have never written before, but it strikes me that later neither I, nor anyone else, will care for the outpouring of a thirteen year old schoolgirl.