- 1 Who is the EVA in the boy in the striped pajamas?
- 2 What did Bruno think of Hitler’s wife?
- 3 What Bruno said about Eva?
- 4 How does the fury treat Eva?
- 5 Who is the blonde woman that accompanies the fury to Bruno’s house?
- 6 Who was Hitlers wife?
- 7 Who is responsible for Bruno’s death?
- 8 Is Pavel Shmuel’s grandfather?
- 9 What happened to Bruno’s father at the end?
- 10 What did Bruno think of the fury What did he think of Eva?
- 11 How long had Bruno been at the house before he decided that the move was a bad idea?
- 12 Does Pavel die?
- 13 Is Bruno happy to look like Shmuel?
- 14 What nationality is Shmuel?
Who is the EVA in the boy in the striped pajamas?
Adolf Hitler’s lifelong partner and girlfriend. She is never referred to by name in the novel, and is only described as a “beautiful woman” whom Hitler brings to dinner at Bruno’s house. Eva is kind to the children, even when Hitler is, as Bruno believes, “the rudest man he has ever met.”
What did Bruno think of Hitler’s wife?
What did Bruno think about Hitler’s wife, Eva Braun? She was not pretty. She was quite chubby.
What Bruno said about Eva?
What does Bruno think of Eva (the beautiful blonde woman)? She was kind to spoke to the children in a kind manner. Even when the Fury made fun of Gretel for speaking French, she turned around and said it was a beautiful language.
How does the fury treat Eva?
As the chapter progresses, we see that the Fury is equally dismissive of his companion; he treats Eva as if she was a servant to be ordered about. When Eva lingers in conversation with Bruno and Gretel, the Fury shouts at her from another room, clicking his fingers as if he was ordering a dog to come to him.
Who is the blonde woman that accompanies the fury to Bruno’s house?
He is accompanied by a beautiful blond woman named Eva Braun. Bruno’s father salutes the Fury when he arrives. The Fury sits at the head of the table without asking and acts rather like an imperious king all evening.
Who was Hitlers wife?
Eva Braun, (born February 6, 1912, Munich, Germany—died April 30, 1945, Berlin), mistress and later wife of Adolf Hitler.
Who is responsible 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.
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.
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 did Bruno think of the fury What did he think of Eva?
He expects for Bruno and Gretel to be on their best behavior and to stay in their room while the adults eat dinner. They are not to speak unless spoken to, but are to answer respectfully if they are. With all this build up, Bruno thinks that the Fury must be an impressive man indeed.
How long had Bruno been at the house before he decided that the move was a bad idea?
(a) How long had Bruno been at the house before he decided that the move was a bad idea? Answer: Bruno had been at the house for a few hours before he decided that the move was a bad idea.
Does Pavel die?
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.
Is Bruno happy to look like Shmuel?
Bruno is pleased to see that Shmuel seems happier lately, though he is still very skinny. Bruno remarks that this is the strangest friendship he has ever had, since the boys only talk, and cannot play with each other.
What nationality is Shmuel?
Shmuel is a nine-year-old Jewish boy who has been imprisoned in Out-With (Auschwitz) Camp along with his grandfather, father, and brother. Shmuel’s family used to live in another part of Poland, where daily life underwent a series of chilling changes.