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When Anne admits that the Van Daans are not the only ones At Fault, she shows maturity and self-awareness by acknowledging her own role in the conflicts within the annex. This moment underscores her growth and ability to reflect on her own actions, demonstrating a deeper understanding of the dynamics at play in their confined living situation.

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