The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

the boy in the striped pijamas

Bruno le pide a su padre acerca de las personas fuera de su casa en Auschwitz. su padre le contesta, "no son peofhis attitudeple at al Bruno". discuss the horror of this attitude. how does his father's statement make bruno more curious about out-with?

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Can you write this in English please? Thanks.

How does the opening scene of Bruno and his friends represent their innocence?


In the opening scene the boys are naively running through the Berlin streets in the middle of the war with no fear or supervision. Their innocence is represented by the freedom and safety they feel in the midst of tragic circumstances.