Bruno is Brave Bruno can be considered brave for many reasons. For me, he is brave not because he is innocent, but he is the kind of kids that want to know everything. Bruno knows some of the actions that can caused himself a problem, but he is still doing it. We all know that the story is during the time of The Holocaust. Bruno’s father is one of the Nazi’s commander and close with “The Fury” which is Adolf Hitler, the man who started the whole holocaust things.
In the book Boy in the Striped Pajamas Bruno is the son of a Nazi Commandant at the concentration camp Auschwitz. Bruno is very naive of everything that's happening and doesn’t know what's going on. He becomes friends with a jew named Schmuel who is the same age and has the exact same birthday. However Schmuel is in the camp. It is bad that Bruno is so naive about everything happening in the Holocaust and at the camp because it leads to the death of Bruno, and Bruno says very rude and foolish things.
In the book the main character, Bruno, is young and ignorant of what's going on around him. When he meets his friend from the other side of the fence, he can not comprehend why they must be separated by the fences. Since Bruno is rich and spoiled, he does not know how it feels to have nothing, like the jews. For example on page 207 “As it turned out, all the things that he thought might be there-weren’t.” “And not only was
Once the family moves, the mother soon finds out that they live near a concentration camp. When she finds out, fights between her and her husband (also Bruno’s dad) which distances them from each other. Not only does it weaken their marriage, but they also do it in front of Bruno, which, as a kid would not be good because at a young age like that, they are extremely highly influenced by their parents and the people around them. Bruno continues to become more and more curious about what he refers to it as “the farm,” but is really a concentration camp and he continues to go and visit Schmuel from the other side of the chain-link. Lastly, the teacher that comes to teach Bruno and his sister exclusively seems to be extremely interested in WWII, which, as previously stated, can influence bruno, which made him more curious, which ultimately led to the death of both Bruno and Schmuel.
Many heroes are brutal in order to show their manliness or strength. Bilbo was strong because of his good heart and mind. He showed his kindness through his generosity, his level head, and his loyalty. Many would believe Bilbo agreed to the quest because of the treasure he knew he would receive. He did indeed earn the treasure, but out of the goodness of his heart, Bilbo heroically gave up all of it and shared with the people in need (44).
This is surprising because when Benito was asked about the slaves he tried to remember the story one of his slaves --- Babo told him about the American and was threatened when he was shown the bloody razor. Also, the dismissing of Delano’s suspicions were interesting because he his ideology was the same as
The majority of movies stay true to their previously written novel, but this is not the case for the novel and film of The Boy In the Striped Pajamas. The mediums of The Boy In the Striped Pajamas are about a young boy named Bruno who moves from Berlin to Out-With (Auschwitz). As he goes exploring, Bruno “discovers” a boy his age named Shmuel. Sadly, the boys are separated by a large fence. What Bruno does not know though, is that that fence is there to divide his people from Shmuel’s because of their vastly different ways.
If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world” (Tolkien, 290). Another heroic quality Bilbo shows throughout the novel is his wisdom and quick-thinking. When he and Gollum are challenging each other with riddles, Bilbo’s wit and mysterious discovery help him escape and return to his company. Another instance is when he leads the spiders away from his friends in order to save them, and yet again in helping the dwarves escape from the wood-elves. His ability to formulate
Throughout the story, he learns about the world and he makes friends that stay loyal to him even though he looks different. In the book “Dog of Pompeii”, there is a character named Tito, who is a blind boy and there is another character named Bimbo, who is an dog. He is his guide dog, best friend, parent, and companion. Even though Tito was blind, Bimbo stuck with him and brought him food and supported him. In the book “Dog of Pompeii”, by Louis Untermeyer and “Wonder” by RJ Palacio, the authors show the theme
Bruno is the son of a Nazi. He is completely unaware that his country is at war and of the deeds his father does. Bruno also doesn’t have to live in constant fear the way that Anne does. At