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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • ...he seemed, from our superficial acquaintance with him, to be nice.
  • His is too superficial, likes to flirt and doesn’t concern herself much with what goes on in his head.
  • I also discovered an inner happiness underneath my superficial and cheerful exterior.
  • Was it any wonder that everyone wanted to bicycle to school with me or do me little favors? I look back at that Anne Frank as a pleasant, amusing, but superficial girl, who has nothing to do with me.
  • Is he superficial, or is it shyness that holds him back, even with me?
  • My lighter, more superficial side will always steal a march on the deeper side and therefore always win.
  • I think what surprised him most about me was when he discovered that I’m not at all the superficial, worldly Anne I appear to be, but a dreamer, like he is, with just as many troubles!
  • On the contrary, she believes they have it within their power to build a bigger, better and more beautiful world, but that they occupy themselves with superficial things, without giving a thought to true beauty.

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  • She has only superficial knowledge on the subject.
  • Her injuries are only superficial.

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