Does it make her stronger........? Does she learn how to deal with it.......?
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I think that, by the end of the book, Liesel has seen so much devastation, death and sorrow that her brother's death all those years ago by the train tracks has a certain perspective to it. Death notes, Liesel's uniquely human capacity to live past such personal devastation. I don't think Liesel ever gets over these deaths, rather she accepts them as part of her life.