- 1 What happens to Pavel at dinner?
- 2 What effect did the incident at dinner have on Bruno?
- 3 Why did the Fury come to dinner in the boy in the striped pajamas?
- 4 What happened in chapter 12 of the boy in the striped pajamas?
- 5 Why does Karl beat Pavel?
- 6 What did Lt Kotler do Pavel?
- 7 What aspects of his life at out-with was Bruno happy with?
- 8 What were Bruno’s parents arguing about after dinner?
- 9 Is Pavel Shmuel’s grandfather?
- 10 Who is the blonde woman that accompanies the fury to Bruno’s house?
- 11 What does Bruno’s father never give?
- 12 Who was not invited to dinner in the boy in the striped pajamas?
- 13 What happened to Shmuel’s father?
- 14 What nationality is Shmuel?
- 15 What is Bruno’s favorite activity?
What happens to Pavel at dinner?
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.
What effect did the incident at dinner have on Bruno?
What effect did the incident at dinner have on Bruno? After the incident at dinner, Bruno went pale, and later that night, he thought that it was unfair that no one had stopped Pavel after the kind thing he had done for Bruno.
Why did the Fury come to dinner in the boy in the striped pajamas?
In Chapter 11, the reader learns that “the Fury” is Adolf Hitler. When the Fury, who was Father’s boss, came to dinner at the family’s house in Berlin, Bruno closely observed the man. His observations about the guest’s appearance clearly indicate that the Fury is Adolf Hitler.
What happened in chapter 12 of the boy in the striped pajamas?
Chapter 12 returns to Bruno and Shmuel’s conversation as Shmuel answers Bruno’s question about what the people in the striped pajamas were doing in the camp. Shmuel explained that he used to live with his parents and his brother Josef in an apartment above the store where his father mended and made watches.
Why does Karl beat Pavel?
Karl is faithful to the unit the wants to show Gretel dad that he is also agents Jewish people. 7. The beating of Pavel serves as a turning point for Bruno’s mother who is increasingly opposed to her husband’s work in the military. Her husband offers her to move with her sister.
What did Lt Kotler do Pavel?
In Chapter 13, near the end, Pavel accidentally spills wine on Lt. Kotler, a Nazi guard who thinks of himself as important. In his fury at being shamed by the spill, Kotler drags Pavel out of the room and beats him; it is probably, though not stated in the text, that Pavel died from the beatings.
What aspects of his life at out-with was Bruno happy with?
Bruno is happier about his life at Out-With because his parents seem more cheerful, Lieutenant Kotler was transferred, and Shmuel is his friend.
What were Bruno’s parents arguing about after dinner?
Why did Bruno’s parents argue after the guests left that night after dinner? Because his mother did not want their children to grow up next to a concentration camp but the father wanted to go because he wanted to win the war.
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.
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.
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.
Who was not invited to dinner in the boy in the striped pajamas?
Hitler takes Father’s place at the table, as he was seen as the ultimate “patriarch”—the father and protector of the whole country. The Fury and Eva stay at the dinner table for the better part of two hours, and Gretel and Bruno are not invited to come say goodbye when they depart.
What happened to Shmuel’s father?
Toward the end of the novel, Shmuel’s father disappears, and he petitions Bruno for help finding him. Tragically, Shmuel is not aware that his father has been executed in the gas chambers along with the other Jewish prisoners and desperately searches the camp with Bruno before they are also herded into a gas chamber.
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.
What is Bruno’s favorite activity?
He even dresses himself as he thinks an explorer might do and decides to explore his surroundings, especially as the house doesn’t have anywhere interesting. It is Bruno’s hobby of exploring that will ultimately lead to his death with his new and only friend Shmuel.