[2015] Desha Puri: The Book Thief

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[2015] Desha Puri: The Book Thief

The Book Thief.

Do you need a plan of attack?First, grab a pack of sticky notes,for all those brilliant quotes.You need to be resilient, try a note for every two pagesso you know what your reading after ages.This helps your recollection for the essay,perfect for your reflections.You will not have a disconnect from the novel,eliminates chances of you having to grovel, as this process illustrates your thoughts.However, that is not all that should be done,thus don’t toss out that pencil.This book is very special, and needs research.When you have the urge to know something,Look it up.Write the information that you see fit.Obviously, patience is compulsory for this task,only then will the history behind the words be unmasked.Finally, you know what the country of origin is,all that is left is the summary.If you were really smartYou would divide the book into parts.Now I believe you must depart.Go and discover what this book has to offer,As you have to read it from cover to cover.

Characters Liesel Meminger- A german teenage girl, who struggles to understand humanity, the only thing that keeps her going is her Papa, and her passion of reading and writing. Hans Hubermann (Liesel's Papa)- A retired german solider who doesn't believe in what the German governemnt is doing.Rosa Hubermann (Liesel's Mama) - A highly opininated person, who is not afraid to speak her mind. Max Vandenburg- A Jewish man in need of help. Rudy Steiner (Liesel's Best Friend)- A curious boy who is not afraid of the unexpected, yet afraid of the expected.

"He was a Jew in upbrining, in blood, but also that Jewry was now more than ever a label - a ruinous piece of the dumbest luck around"(Zusak 216).

"The conequence is that I'm always finding humans at their best and worst. I see their ugly and their beauty, and I wonder how the same thing can be both. Still they have one thing I envy. Humans, if nothing else, have a good sense to die" ( Zusak 491)

“Even death has a heart.” (Zusak, 242)

Liesel Meminger, a young girl with a lot on her mind is forced to grow up at a young age, .With the help of her father Hans Hubermann, she learns to channel her fear into reading and writing. Everything is ordinary for this german household during the Nazi rule, Liesel goes to school, and has her best friend Rudy to keep her company. Until, an unancipated and dangerous visitor requires help. Will they help him? Or will the Nazis get to him first?

I've seen many young men over the years who think they're running at each other. They are not. They're running at me (Zusak 175)


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