"The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" Plot Diagram

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  • EXPOSITION
  • what's going on mother?
  • CONFLICT
  • RISING ACTION
  • Once There was a kid named Bruno. One day he came home from school and when he got home he saw that everyone was packing up and getting ready for a party for his father.
  • CLIMAX
  • After the party was over, the next day Bruno and his family were moving to a house that he often called "out-with". Bruno did not like the old creepy house because he had to leave all his friends in Berlin.
  • FALLING ACTION
  • When he got to his room he looked out the window and saw what he thought was a farm. So the next day he decided to go out and make a tire swing. After he built the swing he was swinging on it then he fell off of it. Only one person saw him and he brought Bruno into the house
  • RESOLUTION
  • Then when he went to what he calls the farm and he sees a boy like him he talks to him then they start to talk everyday and they become friends. What Bruno does not know is that the boy named Shmuel that he has been talking to is in a concentration camp.
  • Bruno's mother said that he could play on his swing one last time before they leave. His mother thought that he was actually going to play on his swing but instead he was going to the fence to go on the other side with Shmuel. They did not know what was going to happen to them.
  • Then the boys think thought that it was a good idea for Bruno to go to Shmuel's side of the fence to look for Shmuel's Papa. When Bruno got to the other side they were all going to the gas chambers to die. and Bruno's parents did not k now thats where he went but when they found out it was too late and Bruno was dead.
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