How did hiding a Jew demonstrate the theme of isolation and acceptance in the novel for Liesel I need help with about a paragraph response. The response is based on the theme of isolation and acceptance... how did hiding a Jew cause liesel to isolate her self ? It be help full if I had specific quotes so I can find them in the book. This is based on events that happened in the whole book
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Answered by Aslan
I can give you a general comment. Hiding Max showed Liesel the Hubermann's the extent of courage and compassion. They accepted Max even though he would be isolated in the cold basement.