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Hana's Suitcase

Section 3 Option 2
by

Chloe Stanfield

on 18 November 2012

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Transcript of Hana's Suitcase

Hana's Suitcase Hana's Suitcase is set in two places, Japan in 2000, where you follow the story of Fumiko as she tries to find out who Hana is. The story is also set in the 1940's following Hana and for the most part of the story her brother George. This is set in many places due to traveling but mainly in Germany and Austria (where the concentration camp is situated.) Setting There are many significant people in the story of Hana's Suitcase. The most major one is Hana herself. Hana teaches us about the strife and the disgraceful life in which she had to live through from 1939 to 1944 on which day she died
Another significant character is Fumiko. Fumiko goes above and beyond to find out the story of Hana Brady and without her the book would be non-existent. Significant People/Characters There are many important messages and themes in Hana's Suitcase. One of them is perseverance. This is shown through Fumiko not giving up and doing everything she can to find out the story behind Hana's Suitcase.
Another theme is love. This theme is shown between the Brady family and especially between George and Hana.
There is a certain message of friendship displayed in Hana's Suitcase. Hana makes a good friend Ella while staying in Theresienstadt and George makes a friend called Kurt. Important Messages/Themes There are not many language techniques in Hana's Suitcase. One of the techniques is the use of past tense when talking about Hana and Fumiko. Another language tecnique is the use of quotations. Language Techniques "Autumn brought with it achill in the air as well as more restrictions, and hardships." This shows the start of all the restrictions that Hana, the Brady family and all jewish men and women had to go through.
"'We are lucky' mother told them 'because we have such a big garden'" This shows the uplifting spirit of the mother. This glass half full spirit is also shown through George and Hana as they keep on going thinking about seeing their parents again. This shows the affect that the parents had on the children.
"she told them she would be going away for a while" This is the first step of the Brady family ste by step getting split up.
"Now they were only two children. No parents." This is the next step where both parents have to leave and the children have to move in whith their Uncle Ludvik.
"Don't worry I'll Find you as soon as I can" Spoken by George shows the next step in the story, when Hana and George get split up when they move to Theresienstadt. Quotes
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