The Boy in the Striped Pajamas


Bruno was hypocritical?when he meets "the fury" considers him a rude , but when he talking with Shmuel he tells him that "Fury"  is a very important good person .

'...The Fury has big things in mind for him because he's such a good soldier.'

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Bruno isn't yet old enough to really be a hypocrite. His defense of the "Fury" stems from his feelings of loyalty and pride in his father's position. Thus, on a personal level, he finds the man to be rude..... and yet, when the tables turn, and he's forced into a situation that reflects negatively on his own father.... loyalty takes precedence over personal opinion. 


The Boy in the Striped Pajamas