- 1 Why did Bruno go under the fence?
- 2 What did Bruno think about the fence?
- 3 What does Bruno and Shmuel through the fence?
- 4 Who is responsible for Bruno’s death?
- 5 What happened to Bruno’s father at the end?
- 6 What does Bruno think is unfair?
- 7 What was Bruno’s last question to Shmuel?
- 8 What is the significance of the fence at out-with?
- 9 Who Hated Shmuel?
- 10 What did Lt Kotler do to the barking dog?
- 11 How many people live on Shmuel’s side of the fence?
- 12 Did Shmuel kill Bruno?
- 13 Did Bruno die Shmuel?
- 14 Why did Bruno have to die?
Why did Bruno go under the fence?
Bruno sees going under the fence as one great final adventure to enjoy with his friend before he must go back to Berlin. His shaved head conveniently allows him to fit right in with the other prisoners, and he and Shmuel look nearly identical, except for Bruno’s heavier weight.
What did Bruno think about the fence?
This is why he has come to the fence, to be alone. Bruno complains that he is bored on his own side of the fence with no one to play with, and thinks it unfair that Shmuel has so many companions.
What does Bruno and Shmuel through the fence?
When Shmuel’s father becomes missing, Bruno wants to help Shmuel find his father. Shmuel provides “striped pajamas” for Bruno. Bruno puts on the “striped pajamas” and climbs under the fence to help Shmuel find his father: Shmuel confides in Bruno that he is unable to find his father and he is worried.
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.
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 does Bruno think is unfair?
Bruno thinks it is unfair that Shmuel has many friends while he has none.
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?”
What is the significance of the fence at out-with?
The Fence. The fence that marks the boundary of Out-With (Auschwitz) Camp is a powerful symbol of division. The nature of this division is at once material and metaphorical. Materially, the fence functions to imprison European Jews, physically separating them from the non-Jewish population.
Who Hated Shmuel?
He explained that the soldiers hated the people on his side of the fence. He hated the soldiers as well. Bruno feared that Shmuel might also hate Father. Bruno changed the subject to tell Shmuel that he’d be leaving in two days and that the following day would be their last chance to meet.
What did Lt Kotler do to the barking dog?
What did Lt. Kotler do to the barking dog? He shot the dog. He put it in the basement.
How many people live on Shmuel’s side of the fence?
Shmuel says no, the soldiers had made him and his family live in a different part of Cracow, behind a big wall that had been built. Shmuel and his family lived in one room with another family: eleven people in total. Bruno is in disbelief that this was even possible.
Did Shmuel kill Bruno?
Did Bruno die? In the end to The Boy In the Striped Pajamas, both Bruno and Shmuel enter into a gas chamber in the concentration camp and are killed.
Did Bruno die Shmuel?
In The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, Bruno and Shmuel die together in the gas chambers of Auschwitz. Tragically, Bruno’s fateful decision to help eventually leads to his death in the gas chamber.
Why did Bruno have to die?
How did Giordano Bruno die? Giordano Bruno was sentenced to be burned to death by the Roman Inquisition for his heretical ideas, which he refused to recant. (It has been debated which of his ideas were found heretical, since the records of the case have not been preserved.)