TALES FROM THE SECRET ANNEX by Anne Frank
Doubleday; 136 pages; $14.95 f £| n spite of everything, I still believe I that people are really good at heart."
Anne Frank's final words in the play that bears her name seem to belie her fate. She died at 15 in the Bergen-Belsen death camp. Was she merely expressing the naive wishes of a child? What could such an adolescent comprehend of the world?
As her surviving papers prove, the tremulous girl knew all too well the lessons of degradation and inhumanity. But if she was acquainted with the night, she refused to turn her...