Paper has more patience than humans

Paper has more patience than humans 

Paper has more patience than humans. According to an entry from Anne frank’s diary, ˜Paper has more patience than humans,’ How does this apply to Frank’s diary and Didion’s notebook?. Consider the notions of ˜notebook’ vs. ˜diary.’ Are they similar/different?

˜Paper has more patience than humans,’ yes because while talking to the people they loose their temper sometimes and this leads to the arguments between them however when she writes her feeling on the paper their is no chance of any mishappening so she was easily able to share her feelings with the paper and called paper with more patience than people

This quote from The Diary of Anne Frank implies that she finds it easier to be honest in writing than to speak openly with other people.Sometimes it is the act of writing or saying something to release it that is more valuable than the words actually being heard. Also,She did not have any friend. “‘Paper has more patience than people” means that one can pour out his/her feelings, emotions and thoughts through writing,without being judged by paper.

The Diary of a Young Girl, also known as The Diary of Anne Frank, is a book of the writings from the Dutch language diary kept by Anne Frank while she was in hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.