- 1 How is Bruno’s father strict?
- 2 What kind of a father is Bruno’s father?
- 3 Is Lieutenant Kotler Bruno’s dad?
- 4 What happened to Bruno’s father at the end?
- 5 What rank is Bruno’s father?
- 6 Do you feel sorry for Bruno’s father?
- 7 What does Bruno’s father never give?
- 8 What does Bruno’s father do for a living?
- 9 What kind of person do you imagine Bruno’s father to be?
- 10 Does Kotler kill Pavel?
- 11 Why is Shmuel afraid to eat the chicken?
- 12 Who is to blame for Bruno’s death?
- 13 What was Bruno’s last question to Shmuel?
- 14 Is Pavel Shmuel’s grandfather?
How is Bruno’s father strict?
He is a strict authority figure who obeys orders and expects to be obeyed without question by his family, servants, and those beneath him. He believes fully in the Nazi notion of race and hierarchy. He buys into the ideology that some are meant to be the master race and some are beneath contempt.
What kind of a father is Bruno’s father?
Bruno’s father, Ralf, is a proud German, who is promoted by Adolph Hitler himself to the position of Commandant. Bruno’s father makes the important decision to move his family to Auschwitz where Hitler has assigned him duty.
Is Lieutenant Kotler Bruno’s dad?
Kurt Kotler is a nineteen-year-old German soldier at Auschwitz who frequents Bruno’s home. Kotler is eventually transferred away from Auschwitz when Father discovers that Kotler’s father, a literature professor, fled from Germany in 1938 at the start of the war.
What happened to Bruno’s father at the end?
Bruno’s father is grief stricken at the end of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas when he reconstructs what must have happened to Bruno. He becomes depressed, and when he is disgraced and loses his position, he doesn’t care.
What rank is Bruno’s father?
Ralf, Bruno’s father, was a soldier in the Great War (World War I), and is promoted to Commandant in the German Army by Hitler during World War II. He moves the family to Auschwitz, where he is in charge of the camp.
Do you feel sorry for Bruno’s father?
Do you feel sorry for Bruno’s father? Kinda, not really. He was doing what he could to provide for his family, but at the end of it all he still knew what he was doing, which is still as bad.
What does Bruno’s father never give?
Being that he is a military commander, Bruno’s father is also not given to expressions of affection. Bruno tells us that he receives handshakes from his father, rather than the customary hugs he is used to receiving from his mother and grandmother.
What does Bruno’s father do for a living?
Bruno’s father, known simply as “Father” in the novel, is a commanding officer in the Nazi Party who takes charge of operations for the Out-With (Auschwitz) Camp in Poland. Father has spent all of his adult life in military service. He fought in the German Army during World War II.
What kind of person do you imagine Bruno’s father to be?
Answer: Throughout chapter 5 of The Boy In The Striped Pajamas, Bruno’s father is the epitome of the steely professional soldier. He leaves Berlin ahead of his family, not considering how difficult the move is for them. Plz mark as BRAINLIEST.
Does Kotler kill Pavel?
In short, Pavel dies from Lieutenant Kotler’s beatings after Pavel spills wine on Kotler during a dinner with the commander of the camp and the commander’s family.
Why is Shmuel afraid to eat the chicken?
Why was Shmuel afraid to eat the chicken that Bruno was offering to him? Shmuel was allergic to chicken. Shmuel was a vegetarian. Shmuel didn’t want Lieutenant Kotler to catch him and hurt him.
Who is to blame for Bruno’s death?
No one individual is completely responsible for Bruno’s death in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. However, his father, as commandant of Auschwitz, should take most of the blame.
What was Bruno’s last question to Shmuel?
28. If you were Shmuel, how would you answer Bruno’s last questions: “Why are there so many people on that side of the fence? And what are you all doing there?”
Is Pavel Shmuel’s grandfather?
A Jewish boy. Shmuel is the boy in the striped pajamas named in the novel’s title. He belongs to a family of Polish Jews who were arrested by German troops and imprisoned at Out-With (Auschwitz) Camp. Over the course of their friendship, Shmuel grows thinner and weaker, and his grandfather and father both disappear.