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Unformatted text preview: writing for herself, and herself alone she uses a much more private tone. Comparative to a whisper, a secret. The other factor that allows the reader to understand the audience is the content of the diary entry. Based upon the content of the entry, we can determine the audience for which it was intended. There is not definitive address for Anne's audience because it is a diary, therefore because there was never an intended audience, the reader is responsible for determining the voice behind each passage. But Anne's use of tone, as well as the readers understanding of the content gives evidence so that an audience may be inferred....
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- Spring '08