The Book Thief

why were Max's adolescent peers surpised by his aggressivness?


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"Basically because Max fights so much. As a teenager Max continues fighting among a group of friends and enemies. Max fights a kid named Walter Kugler and wins; the two go on to fight thirteen more times, and they become good friends."


The stereotype is that Jews are not aggressive.