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  • Himmel Street
  • Title of Novel: The Book Thief Character's Name: Hans Hubermann Evidence: (First mention of this character) "Regardless Liesel's foster parents would be waiting. The Hubermanns."(Zusak 26)
  • Physical Description: Grey Eyes, paint caked onto his hands, always rolling cigarettes or smoking Cited Evidence: He loved to smoke. The main thing he enjoyed about smoking was the rolling. [...] again. (Zusak 33-34) Explanation / analysis: The quote above explains most of Hans personality and how he is very nice loves to smoke and roll cigarettes.
  • Strongest Personality trait: Kindness Cited Evidence: "Papa reached into his paint cart [...] like magic." (Zusak 394) Explain / Analysis: This shows how Hans is so nice he let it take over himself without thinking through his actions.
  • Additional Character Trait: Caring Cited evidence: "Possibly the only good to come out of these nightmares was that it brought Hans Hubermann [...] to love her."(Zusak 36) Explanation / Analysis: Hans Hubermann cared about Liesel so much that he consistently came to her room any time she had a nightmare and read until he was so tired her fell asleep.
  • How Character is impacted by the conflict: He is forced to send Max away (Due to the fact that he shared the bread with the Jews) Cited Evidence: "What was I thinking"(Zusak 396) Explanation / Analysis: This is Hans thinking about the consequences after he has done something that will result in that.
  • Static or Dynamic: Dynamic Cited: His eyes closed [...] have I done?"(Zusak 396) Explanation: He realises how he must think of the consequences before the action is taken because it can cost him.
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