A View From Bruno's Room

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When Bruno moved to his new house, he discovers a window in his room with a view that made him feel "very cold and unsafe". The author has not explained the view from Bruno's room. The view could possibly be something unfamiliar and something different from what he's used to seeing back in Berlin, Germany. For an example, a empty atomsphere In the book, Bruno compared his new home and the environment to is old home back in Berlin. Bruno explains how he was used to seeing large houses, people always willing to talk, shops with bright store fronts and vegetable stalls with aromas that he enjoyed the smell of. He then describes how his new home is empty, cold and his new home is the loneliest place in the world. If the view was just a empty

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