Boy in Stripped Pyjamas The boy in the stripped pyjamas by John Boyne details the life of a 8 year old Bruno and his German family during the time of the second world war Boyne alters the story’s narration to a third person limited view to somewhat conform Bruno’s perspectives of his surroundings which often includes childish opinions and lack of common sense. Much of the story follows Bruno’s internal struggles as his life changes drastically Bruno goes from a time living in a luxurious home in berlin, without a care in the world, playing with friends and being a child to living in an unpleasant home on a disturbing death camp due to his fathers promotion in a high ranking Military official in Hitler’s arm force. Bruno is constantly curious yet worried about the people living on the other side of the death camp which he observes every day from his bedroom window the book states in Bruno’s imagination he had thought all the huts were full of happy families some of whom who sat outside on rocking chairs in the evening and told stories and how they had respect for there elders.
Bill his teacher gives him a lot of book to read and also to write an essay about book so that his writing skills get better. Bill says that Charlie is smarter than all other kids and can handle more work and found that he is a shy student that even he knew the answer he didn’t participate in class and He is an outcast in high school and is trying to find himself. He is very shy when he first meet people, can’t speak focused and when he talks he often drifts from topic to topic quickly. He also loves music and make mix tape. He wanted to become writer someday.
Satsifying relationships can be a wonderful source of happiness and support throughout your life, whether they are platonic, familial or romantic. Happy relationships provide you with strength in every aspect of your wellbeing, whether it 's mental health, physical health or the connections that you build with others. On the flip side, though, an unsatisfying relationship can drain you emotionally. Building a satisfying relationship takes time, it takes dedication, commit. It doesn 't come easy or naturally, it requires work, the ability to adapt, and in a romantic relationship, it 's important to learn how to change and grow with your partner.
John Boyne, the author of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, wrote his Holocaust-based book in the form of a fable. A fable is a fictional short story with made up characters that usually ends in a moral. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas is about a young, naive, German boy named Bruno who meets a young, Jewish boy named Shmuel. Shmuel and Bruno become good friends despite their differences. Despite what his father wants Bruno talks with Shmuel because he doesn 't understand that it is wrong to be friends with a Jew.
Gretel had to explain to him that the people were Jews, and his father told him that the people on the other side of the fence, weren’t people at all. Bruno is important to the story, because without him, none of the adventures would occur, the book would show the cruel Germans; but with Bruno in the story we saw war life from a little boy’s perspective. Bruno made the story progress with his kindness and caring for others. Without him we wouldn 't have learned about Pavel or Maria’s past, and the story would just be about how a family moved next door to Auschwitz. Another main character is Shmuel.
However, against all social norms, the play is based on the close friendship between three people: Sam, Willie, and Hally. Hally is a “seventeen-year-old white boy” (Fugard 9), son of the owner of St. George’s Park Tearoom, and a good friend of Sam and Willie. Sam and Willie are black employees of this tearoom mentioned above, so they are definitely of a lower class than Hally. Despite this, the three of them share a friendship beyond racial boundaries; they consider each other as good friends rather than master and servants. Without reading the entirety of the play, but only just reading the title, gives the readers a sense of the overall meaning of this play.
It allows individuals to share happy moments as well as burdens in their life. However, I think it is not good to be too devoted to friendship. It is important for you to have some time for yourself and focus on yourself. The balance between the two is important. Friendship is like a spice for life.
If people do not break each other’s trust the world would be a much better place as no one would suspect someone else of any wrong doings and thus they will not quarrel. A person’s character is not how he/ she acts in a play or film but is made up of the mental and moral qualities which are distinctive to an individual. Knowing a person’s character is very important to prevent misjudgements. In life, there are many instances where we trust a stranger blindly and find out much too late that they had an ulterior motive behind our friendship. Knowing a person’s strengths and weaknesses can also help you recognise their character.
I felt extremely vulnerable and I was afraid he wasn’t going to be my friend afterwards, but like a true friend, he listened. Just the fact that he listened so attentively brought me comfort and he didn’t have to speak to make me feel important. As Bonhoeffer said, “They forget listening can be a greater service than speaking.” (Bonhoeffer 97) That’s what my best friend did for me and I appreciated it. Our talk brought us closer and gave us a better understanding of each other; it was my first MCC and I didn’t even know it. On the other hand, sometimes MCC’s can get awkward if the other person or yourself isn’t into it.
‘The Room on The Roof’ by Ruskin Bond is one of his wonderful novels which describes the story of an orphan sixteen-year-old boy named Rusty who lived with his guardian Mr. John Harrison in Dehradun and reflects that despite of being lived in an isolated area under British Empire the boy had an great interest in Indian people and traditions and wanted to break-free from the strict rules of his guardian to keep away from the Indians and also shows that how some strangers become a part of one’s life by showing little warmth. The Novel was published in 1956. This novel revolves around Rusty, who is also the Protagonist of the novel. Ruskin Bond shows that life is not that easy and full of challenges as his first literary venture this novel captivated the readers from the first page till the last one through the simplicity in his writing. He well represented every detail which he wants the readers to read in his novel.