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    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas written by John Boyne demonstrates how a friendship can be uplifting and tragic at the same time through Bruno and Shmuel. One uplifting part was when Bruno moved into a new home where it was isolated from everything, than at the time he needed most Shmuel showed up. It was tragic when both Shmuel and Bruno died trying to find Shmuel Father. At the beginning of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Bruno had to leave his home in Berlin and leave behind his three best friends

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    ¨The thing about exploring is that you have to know whether the thing youvé found is worth finding.¨ This quote is from the book The Boy In The Striped Pajamas, written by John Boyne. This book takes place in 1942 during the holocaust, and starts with the main character Bruno who takes the reader through his story. Bruno's father receives a special promotion from the boss who Bruno believes takes over his father's life, leading the family to leave their beloved Berlin house, for a smaller house in

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    Death will cause a person to lose a life but a friendship lasts forever. "The boy in the striped pajamas" written by John Boyne explores this idea when informing us about a boy called Bruno and a boy called Shmuel. The story recounts the two boys first seeing each other which begins their friendship, the conversations they have, and their adventure into the holocaust concentration camp. To explain the idea of friendship lasting forever, Boyne has conveyed to us Bruno's and Shmuel's first time meeting

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    The Boy In Striped Pajamas: A Movie Analysis The film is an emotional experience highlighting the tragedy of innocence, using the point of view of an eight-year-old German boy to expose the raw psychological devastation of the era. It's an unnerving film with a knockout punch for an ending, but it feels more acceptable as an educational piece than a profoundly rewarding work of drama. This movie is based on a book that goes by the same name, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, written by John Boyne

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    The Reading and Viewing of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Most people would agree that novels and movies would not be the same without descriptive writing and cinematic techniques. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas shows both of those techniques throughout the book and the movie. The novel by John Boyne writes about the Holocaust in the eyes of a nine-year-old boy. This boy named Bruno eventually finds a friendship his parents never knew he would discover, and throughout the author's characterization

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    patches. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas is about friendship. It is also about a young boy, named Bruno, who moves from Berlin to a Nazi concentration camp, called Auschwitz. Tommy is not excited for the move he is afraid of missing his friends, His dad, a Nazi commandant got a promotion, and they were forced to move. While exploring, he meets this boy named Shmuel. They quickly become friends and have a lot in common. I think the theme in the novel The Boy in the Striped Pajamas is about how some

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    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas An Elegant Flop by Boyne John Boyne was born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1971 and studied Literature at Trinity College, Dublin, and creative writing at the university of East Anglia, Norwich. He has published nine novels for adults and four for a younger audience, all of which are actually published in 47 different languages, including The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. The Boy in The Striped Pyjamas follows the story of a nine-year-old boy named Bruno who reluctantly moves

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    Boy in the Striped Pajamas: Movie Vs Book A pen and a mind are always more powerful than a camera and actor. An old theory proven once again. Film is an impeccable way of dramatic and visual storytelling, yet once again no other form of story compares to the novel ‘The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas’ by John Boyne. The stack of ink and paper bound together create the unique and mysterious story; the novel and only the novel can create the same depth of character and plot. Every individual can have a

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    The novel The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne is a book that will give you a heap of different emotions. This fictional tale contains the unlikeliest of friends: The son of a Nazi commandant and a Jewish concentration camp inmate. Each of the components that I chose made me want to read more. The components each had some detail of how Bruno was not taught well about what was going on. Bruno was not taught well of what was going on. For example, one of the components shows how both Bruno

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    The movie The Boy in the striped pajamas was Directed by Mark Herman is a deep and meaningful movie that is set during world war II, The main character Bruno’s father is a German general and is asked to supervise a close by concentration camp. Bruno and his family end up moving right next to one of camps. Bruno is unaware of what is happening In these concentration camps and goes exploring one day and finds the camp. Bruno starts to form a friendship with one of the young jewish boys who live in

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