The public is to be given its first chance to read the unedited version of Anne Frank's diary in a move by her cousin to halt her "canonisation" in the eyes of the world. The definitive new translation restoring her most outspoken remarks and diary entries - censored by Anne's father, Otto Frank, before it was published in - will be printed by Viking in the UK next February. The unexpurgated version, previously only available in a critical edition studded by footnotes and read by academics, is 30 per cent longer than the old edition which has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide.
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G ail Horalek, the mother of a 7th-grade child in Michigan in the US, has made international headlines by complaining that the unabridged version of Anne Frank's diary is pornographic and should not be taught at her daughter's school. At issue for Horalek is a section detailing Anne's exploration of her own genitalia, material originally omitted by Anne's father, Otto Frank, when he prepared the manuscript for publication in the late 40s. I had to look up what age kids are in the 7th grade.
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THE racy antics of Suranne Jones in new drama Gentleman Jack have already got viewers hot under the collar, but the real story of Anne Lister is steamier than most can imagine. When landowner Anne, played by Suranne in the series, was invited to stay at the stately home of some female friends of the family, she slept with three of the four women in the house within a few nights. The year-old's latest conquests joined the hundreds of society wives and daughters she had bedded since her first lesbian encounter in the school attic at the age of 15 - which led to her lover ending up in a lunatic asylum.
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Kneeling side by side under the medieval arches of the tiny church, two women bowed their heads and prayed. It was Homosexual acts were illegal and sexual relationships between women were largely unacknowledged - the word lesbian had not even been coined. But Anne Lister had no truck with the misogynistic conventions of 19th Century England.
I slept badly last night and almost cried when I woke up this morning at the thought of it. The first half was spent packing for our week up the coast for Christmas, the three kids alternating between watching TV and wreaking havoc through the house, wanting to go. Then loading the van, and driving for eight hours with the kids in the back, laughing, whinging, fighting.