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Shmuel reassures Bruno that "it happens sometimes Shmuel smiles and forgives him, lifting up the fence so that they can shake hands beneath it. He changes into his striped pajamas, leaves his things on his side and crawls under the fence. Chapter Twelve returns to Bruno and Shmuel's conversation from opposite sides of the fence. When he asks his mother what is going on, she explains that Bruno's father's job is the reason they are all leaving their home in Berlin; someone Bruno knows only as "the Fury" has plans for his father's career. Time for another flashback, this time to when Hitler came to dinner. To make amends to Shmuel for lying about the chicken, Bruno hatches a plan to go into the compound dressed like Shmuel to help while Shmuel looks for his father.
A few days later, Bruno gets the urge to go exploring and decides to walk along the fence as far as he can, although Mother and Father have told him many times that exploration is banned at Out-With. We're superior"but even as he says this, he realizes that his words sound rude.
This servant, Pavel, cares for Bruno's wounds.
Bruno visits Shmuel regularly often bringing food with him, eventually, Bruno discovers that Shmuel is a Jew and was brought to the camp with his parents. But Bruno's out of luck; his father just got a promotion and they're moving on up, whether he wants to or not. Right when he starts feeling hungry and begins to think about turning back, he sees a little boy on the other side of the fence, wearing the striped pajamas that all people on the other side of the fence wear.
Later, when Bruno falls from the newly constructed swing, the servant comes to his aid.
The boy in the striped pajamas chapter 2 summary
Weeks pass and Bruno visits with his new friend Shmuel regularly. Bruno comes to learn that Pavel lives on the other side of a fence that runs near their house. Shmuel smiles and forgives him, lifting up the fence so that they can shake hands beneath it. Retrieved September 3, Kotler is later transferred away from Out-With—due to the fact that he reveals to Father that his own father fled from Germany to Switzerland in , at the onset of World War II. Time for another flashback, this time to when Hitler came to dinner. Father decides to hire a man named Herr Liszt as a tutor for Gretel and Bruno. For full access, become a member today. Bruno decides to ask Gretel about why he and Shmuel have to live on opposite sides of the fence. Bruno is kind of shocked by how small and sad looking the boy is, but hey, beggars can't be choosers, right?
Lieutenant Kotler reacts very angrily and violently, although the details of his actions against Pavel are not revealed. This review is available to non-members for a limited time. She accepts it and starts doing her job seriously but things get weirder. Aw shucks. Bruno is unhappy to be leaving his best friends, grandparents, and the hustle and bustle of Berlin, but is presented with no other choice than to go with his family.
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