The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas Argumentative Essay

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The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Argumentative Essay
The Holocaust was terrible because people were put in gas chambers and died. They died because they were Jews. Bruno was a 9 year old German boy with brown hair and blue eyes. Shmuel is a Polish Jew who has a shaved head and lives in a hut. They are friends. It was good that Bruno was naive about the Holocaust because he would have never met Shmuel or gone exploring. In The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas it was good that Bruno was naive about the Holocaust because he would have never meet Shmuel and have a best friend. Every day Bruno and Shmuel sit on opposite side of the fence and talk. Bruno brings food from the kitchen every day for Shmuel. When Shmuel was at the house helping cleaning; Bruno gave food to Shmuel when no one was looking. Bruno
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Bruno wanted a swing, so Pavel got him a tire from the shed that had a opened window. Pavel helped Bruno make a swing. He would have never found out how to leave the yard, until he saw the window open. Bruno is not allowed to leave the front yard. The back yard is where Bruno is not allowed because no one can see him. Each day Bruno and his sister have to study or work on school with Herr Liszt. He made Bruno read history books, but he doesn't like to read about history books. He wants to read about exploring book because that's what he likes to read. “I wonder whether there are any spare tyres around,’ Bruno continued. ‘From one of the jeeps perhaps. Or a truck. One that you’re not using” (Boyne 73). “Then he caught sight of Pavel- the old man who came every afternoon to help peel vegetables in the kitchen for dinner. . . ‘Hey you he shouted, then adding a word that Bruno did not understand, Come over here. . .” (Boyne 75). Bruno was naive about the Holocaust because he is not allowed in the backyard to see the smoke from
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