The boy in the striped pajamas part 1.
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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Chapter 1-10
Written by: John Boyne
Chapter 1: Bruno makes a discovery. Chapter 1 starts as Bruno walks in on the scene of Maria, the family maid, packing all his belongings away. Bruno soon after makes the discovery that he and his family are moving away from his home in Berlin, as a result of his fathers job. After a large deal of confusion, Bruno realizes that he most unfortunately will have to leave many of the admirable qualities from his house in Berlin behind.
Maria?! Why are you packing my belongings away?
Chapter 2: The New house. As Bruno moves into the new house, he realizes that the new house was the complete opposite of the luxurious house back in Berlin. Bruno finds all the attributes of the new house terrible, he finds even the soldiers too strict. At the end of chapter two, Bruno discovers an unsightly view out of his new bedroom window, and immediately develops a sense of curiosity toward it.
Chapter 3: The hopeless case. In this chapter, Gretel, Bruno's bossy older sister lets it become known that she thinks of herself as the more mature, intelligent older sister. She informs Bruno about "Out-With" which apparently is the name of their new home. Bruno expresses his feelings toward the move, and tells Gretel about the view of the other children out his bedroom window.
I hate it here!
Chapter 4: What they saw through the window. Through Bruno's window, the children could see that their property started off nicely with a beautiful garden, then the yard carried on to a huge sharp wire fence that ran along the length of the house. After the fence, the children saw nothing but low huts and smoke stacks. Gretel and Bruno both tried to understand the view, to no success. The most odd sight for Bruno however, was the men, all of them looking rather filthy and beat up, wearing a pair of grey striped pajamas with a grey striped cap on their heads.
Chapter 5: Out of bounds at all times and no exceptions. In this chapter Bruno attempts to speak with his father about returning to their home in Berlin, however his father was very insistent about them staying at out-with, as that was their new home. At the end of the chapter, father and his soldiers leave each other with the Hitler salute, an act which Bruno assumes is a way of saying goodbye.
Bruno, this is home.
Father, I want to go home!
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