I was sorry to see in another thread you are not in that good a place at the moment.
Would you mind if I made a suggestion? Defer reading Anna Frank's diary for a fair while.
There are some works I knew before my illness took over that really still haunt nowadays, and that is one of them, along with Kanal and others, mainly because they are true and truly horrible in conclusion.
If you have an interest in that area then perhaps Schindler's Ark by Thomas Keneally, which is a fictionalized account of Oskar Schindler, the only Nazi to be honored by burial on Mount Zion by the state of Israel.
I hope you don't mind a suggestion, it's just that I'd like to stop anyone feeling as I do now over those works.