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  • Bruno
  • Hi my name is Bruno 
  • Gretel
  • Hi my  name is Gretel And this is my favorite doll
  • Schmel
  • I am a kind rich boy and I used to live in a huge house it had 5 storys then my parents moved into a 3 story house. disgusting!!!!
  • Lt. Kotler
  • Gretel is Bruno's older and, as far as she's concerned, wiser sister. She and Bruno don't talk much, even though there's nobody else around to hang out with, and for the most part, Gretel serves as a source of information for Bruno.
  • Pavel
  • In The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, Bruno is the son of a Nazi commandant; he remains innocent of the horrors of the Holocaust and befriends a prisoner at the death camp. Shmuel is a young Polish Jew who does not understand why he is in the concentration camp.
  • Nathalie
  • In the novel, The Boy in Striped Pajamas by John Boyne, Lt. Kurt Kotler is one of Father's soldiers who helped him torture the boys and men in striped pajamas on the opposite side of the fence. Lt.Kotler lived a life that was very different before he became a soldier.
  • Pavel is the old Jewish man who works in the family’s house in Auschwitz. He was a doctor before he was sent to the concentration camp, and he patches up Bruno’s knee when Bruno cuts it falling off a swing. Pavel becomes thinner and frailer by the day, and is beaten (likely to death) by Kotler when he accidentally drops a wine bottle in Kotler’s lap at dinner.
  • Nathalie, Bruno’s grandmother and Father’s mother, was a singer in her youth, before she married Grandfather. She is very dramatic, and still loves to sing. Each Christmas, she devises a play for herself and the children, to be performed at their holiday party. Grandmother opposes the Nazi party, and gets into a huge fight with Father when he accepts the new post at Auschwitz. They do not make up, and she dies while the family is away at Auschwitz.
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