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Copy of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

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I believe that the moral lesson in the book is that children are innocent, and they aren't born hating, It's just the people around them.
Also that your suppose to treat people as you would wish to be treated yourself and to accept people for who they are regardless of race, color, or beliefs. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
By: John Boyne Prediction Of the Book: By what I see on the cover of the book I predict that the book will be about two boys from different backgrounds that become best-friends. Considering there is a huge wire fence, I think that the boy with the striped pajamas is in a jail or in a closed plantation.
Since the other boy is wearing fancier clothes, than I think he is probably just curious to why there is a fence between them. By the look of his clothes he's probably from a high class family. Bruno Father Mother
Gretel
and
Bruno Shmuel Bruno Mother
and
Bruno Prediction of the end of the book: I think that by the end of the end of the book Bruno will go back to Berlin to the house with the banister that stretched from the very top of the floor - just outside the little room where, if he stood on his tiptoes and held on to the frame of the window tightly, he could see right across Berlin -, and where Karl, Daniel, and Martin lived.
Or maybe he doesn't leave and he just stays in Out-With with Shmuel. And he'll find a way for Shmuel to come to his side of the fence or him go to that side. Conclusions I Made About the Main Character: The main character is a nine year old boy named Bruno;
he is the son of a strict commander of a Nazi concentration camp. He lives in a huge house with his loving parents, his twelve-year-old sister Gretel (whom he refers to as a Hopeless Case), and maidservants.
Then, his father got a promotion and the whole family had to move to Out-With.When they get to Out-With, Bruno is very disappointed by the fact that the house was so small with three stories instead of five. Bruno is also disappointed because the house, barely has any room for exploring. Summary of the Book: When Bruno returns home from school one day, he discovers that his belongings are being packed in crates. His father has received a promotion and the family must move from their home to a new house far far away, where there is no one to play with and nothing to do. A tall fence running alongside stretches as far as the eye can see and cuts him off from the strange people he can see in the distance.
But Bruno loves to explore and decides that there must be more to this desolate new place than what he sees. While exploring his new home, he meets another boy whose life and the way he has to live are very different to his own, and their meeting results in a friendship that has devastating consequences. Bruno: Lives in a huge house.
Has maids to take care
of the house for them.
Has a sister named
Gretel.
Lived in Berlin.
German Both: Shmuel: Their eight.
They like to
explore.
Like chocolate. lives in a
concentration camp.
He has a mother
and father.
He always wears
"striped pajamas".
Jewish Compare and Contrast: At the beginning it introduces a
nine year old boy named Bruno. The problem that is presented is the "Farm" that Bruno can see through his window. Prezi By: Ashton Welch The Important Lesson Learned: Bruno ends up going to the farm after not having
anywhere to explore. when he gets there he meets a boy
that is the same age as him self and they become the best
of friends. Shmuel tells Bruno that his father has gone missing and so Bruno finds it his responsibility to help him because he didn't
speak up about knowing Shmuel earlier when he was in the kitchen eating. So Bruno decides to go into the fence with Shmuel
to help. While they're looking for Shmuel's father they are directed to a building and told to take they clothes off. Every one said it was just a shower. Brunos parents Realize hes not in the house so they go to look for him at the "farm". Then Bruno, Shmuel and all of the other people there died. Even though they did nothing. Exposition: Exposition: Rising Action: Climax: Falling Action: Resolution: End: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
Topic: Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust
In the story of Best friends Bruno and Shmuel, Bruno mentions that his family got a visit from The “Fury” which is really the Führer or Fuehrer (guide or leader).
The Holocaust started in 1933 when Adolf Hitler controlled Germany and completed in 1945. Adolf Hitler was the front-runner of the Holocaust. The Holocaust was the murder of six million Jews (1.1 million were children) through World War II, a program of orderly state-sponsored killings by NA Germany.
Though many people think all NA camps were "concentration camps," there were actually an amount of several various camps, including concentration camps, extermination camps plus, labor camps, prisoner-of-war camps, and travel camps. Life within NA concentration camps was terrible. Prisoners were required to do hard bodily labor and yet given minor rations. Prisoners slept with three or more individuals for every wooden bunk bed (no mattress or pillow). Sufferings within the concentration camps were common and as were deaths.
At a lot of NA concentration camps, NA doctors conducted medical trials on prisoners against their wish. While concentration camps were intended starve prisoners to death, extermination camps were built for the single tenacity of killing large groups of individuals fast and efficiently.
The NA made six extermination camps; Chelmno, Belzec, plus, Sobibor, Treblinka, then there was Auschwitz, and Majdanek. (Auschwitz and Majdanek were a combination of a concentration and extermination camps.)
Prisoners transported to these extermination camps were told to undress so they could take a shower. Instead of a shower, the prisoners were herded into a gas chamber and executed. (At Chelmno, the convicts were steered into gas vans In place of a gas chamber.)
Auschwitz (also known as Out-With) was the biggest concentration/extermination camp built. It is probable that 1.1 million people were murdered at Auschwitz.
“I believe in the sun even when it’s not shining. I believe in love even when I can’t feel it. I believe in god even when he is silent.” (Written on a wall during the Holocaust.) The Authors Purpose: From reading the book the Boy in the Striped Pajamas I learned a large bit of information about the one huge in Germany a long time ago problem being the Holocaust. So from going by what I learned i think that John Boyne wrote this book to inform people about what happened during the Holocaust by a certain point of view.
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