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-The Book Thief -Rudy Steiner -"Rudy Steiner-the boy next door who obsessed with the black American athlete Jesse Owens" (Zusak 45).
-He is a blond, skinny, boy , with blue eyes and is almost always hungry, -The reader is learning about the character Rudy and his personality -"He was eight months older than Liesel and had bony legs, sharp teeth, gangly blue eyes, and the hair the color of lemon" (Zusak 48). -The paragraph describes what the character Rudy looks like and the age difference in age of Liesel and Rudy.
-confident -Franz always tortured Rudy at his school and Rudy realised that he wasn't at school where he had to do as he was told. they got into a fight where Franz won. -"The rock hit its mark on the spine, though not as hard as Rudy may have hoped. Franz Deutscher spun around and looked happy to find him standing there, with Liesel, Tommy, and Tommy's little sister, Kristina. 'Let's run,' Liesel urged him, but Rudy didn't move" (Zusak 297). -Rudy probably thought that it would be a fight that he could win so he threw the rock or he wanted to get pummeled by Franz
-Confident -Rudy talks with Liesel and takes her to and from school, because he threw a snowball at her. -"In fact, Rudy Steiner was one of those audacious little bastards who actually fancied himself with the ladies" (zusak 48-49). -He is not afraid to talk to the other gender where other people would be nervous.
-Smart -After Liesel and Rudy go to steal something from the mayor's house Liesel comes out with a book and Rudy is suspicious of her intention when she steals something. -"Unfortunately, Rudy could smell it. The lie. He cocked his head and told her what he felt was the fact. 'You didn't go in for food, did you? you got what you wanted....'" (zusak 289). -Rudy expected Liesel to come out of the house with some food for them but instead her true intentions were to steal a new book from the mayor's library.
-Caring -They gave bread to the Jews who are less fortunate than them because they are forced to walk down the streets to be shamed and work for the Nazis. -"How things had changed, from the fruit stealer to the bread giver. His blonde hair, although darkening, was lit like a candle. she heard his stomach growl- and he was giving people bread" (Zusak 441). -even though Rudy was starving he still decided to give his bread to the jews, they also risked their lives when they set the bread down because if they were caught they would be whipped.
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