- 研究論叢 第3部 芸術・体育・教育・心理 (ISSN:02860597)
- vol.55, pp.47-58, 2005
The Diary of a Young Girl written by Anne Frank (June 12, 1929-February/March 1945) in the "Secret Annex" of an old office building in Amsterdam is a truly remarkable book. In her diary, on Saturday, November 27, 1943, she wrote: "Yesterday evening, before I fell asleep, who should suddenly appear before my eyes but Lies! I saw her in front of me, clothed in rags, her face thin and worn. Her eyes were very big and she looked so sadly and reproachfully at me that I could read in her eyes, 'Oh, Anne, why have you deserted me?'" (quoted from Anne Frank: The diary of a young girl, translated from the Dutch by B. M. Mooyaart, 1967, Doubleday, p.119) "Lies" is Hanna Pick-Goslar whom Anne affectionately called as "Hanneli". In order to examine the meaning of Anne's hypnagogic hallucination in Analysis of an Anne Frank's Hypnagogic Hallucination in Which her Close Friend Hanneli Goslar Appears (2), the paper describes Anne Frank's life history, her personality, and the relationship between Anne Frank and Hanneli Goslar.