Bruno is age 9, and he plays a very significant role in the story. Bruno first expressed his feelings when he learns that they are moving to "Out-With" , he says that he really likes it at Berlin. When they get to Out-With, Bruno is already missing everything from Berlin, he hates the new house and he also learns that there is a concentration camp outside his window. Bruno is significant to this story because he befriends a Jew not know what it would do.
Freshly pressed suit, Looks nice
Bruno is a very curious person
He is commandant
Gretel is age 12 and she is definitely NOT mature for her age. Her role in the book is very different from Bruno's, she adds events that keep the book going, and she is important with how people got things, such as the bald head. She absolutely loves her dolls, that was, until Kotler was transferred away, she became uninterested and replaced them with maps.
There are no good soldiers...
Gretel loves her dolls
Shmuel is kind and smart
She is not very mature
Soldiers are awesome! Like Father!
He is a prisoner at Auschwitz
Maria is an adult and she is working as a maid in Bruno's house. She is significant because she tells Bruno about Pavel and about Father and what he did for her. She helps Bruno understand what Father is like and how grateful he should be for him. Maria also hates the house like Bruno, she loved to spend time in the Garden at the home back in Berlin.
Practices as a doctor
Pavel is a risk-taker Jew
Maria is pretty, likes the garden
Your gonna be fine!
She is wearing good clothes
The father is the commandant, he is useful to the book when he tries to shield Bruno from the truth of the concentration camp. Father Likes the place because it is where he works and he has a fancy room to himself only. He does not make any friend here at OUt-With and he sometimes visits the concentration camp to check the progress, he also gets extremely sad when he finds out that Bruno was gassed to death.
Father is secretive
He is rude to some people
Status of Camp?
They are good.
Shmuel is also age 9 and has the same birthday as Bruno, he is bald because the Nazis wanted to preserve all their hair for cotton. He is very significant for the book because he befriends Bruno, the main character, and they end up doing all these different things together, what also is important was when his Papa went missing, Shmuel is very sad at Auschwitz and misses his family too. He also is the reason they both die at the end.
Bald, very thin and hungry
Shmuel is wearing stripes
Pavel is a lot older than Bruno and Shmuel, he plays an important role to the book as to when he fixes up Bruno and gets shot by Kotler. Since he fixes up Bruno and tells him that hes a doctor, Bruno goes on to find out why he is one if he is a waiter for the family. When Pavel was shot by Kotler, this persuades Bruno to think that is life at Out-With is going to be like this, he better watch his back.