How does Anne feel about her father, grandmother, Mrs Kuperus and Mr Keesing?

Q. How does Anne feel about her father, her grandmother, Mrs Kuperus and Mr Keesing? What do these tell you about her?

Answer :

Anne Frank gives the description of different people and what she feels regarding them. 
She felt that her father was the most adorable father she had ever seen.
Anne loved her grandmother the most. She remembered her even after her death. She often thought of her grandmother and write about her in her diary.
In the sixth form at the Montessori nursery school, her teacher was Mrs Kuperus, who was also the headmistress. At the end of the year, they were both in tears as they said a heartbreaking farewell.

Mr Keesing was her Maths teacher. He was annoyed with her because she talked too much. However, Anne was able to justify her talkative nature every time she was punished by Mr. Keesing. On each occasion he was impressed by the manner in which she presented her arguments.
All these incidents show how lovable and smart Anne was. Everybody was attached to her, and even Mr Keesing could not help but laugh at her essays and acknowledge her smart mind.
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