A tire blows out and the driver loses control of the truck. He tells Liesel and Rosa about all that has happened to him, including the death of Reinhold Zucker. It turned out alright, but it's sad knowing that his mother was ready to give up her life so adamantly. Zusak intentionally uses humor sometimes to deal with serious topics. This was mainly on account of Mama. Was it wrong for Michael Holtzapfel to want to live after his brother, Robert, dies in the war? Part Nine, The Last Human Stranger Summary A few weeks after Christmas, Liesel and Rudy return to the mayor's house in order to steal a new book.
Many years later, Max needs a place to hide from the Nazis. My Thoughts Overall, I really liked this Part of the novel. I'm still waiting for one moment of courage to spark from Liesel and for her to open the front door to greet her instead of sneaking in and out. There were two more bed-wetting occurrences, but Hans Hubermann merely repeated his previous cleanup heroics and got down to the task of reading, sketching, and reciting. After all she did love him. So I think Death envies humans in that they can have a will to live and they also have the power to die.
Or is it just another internal, infernal human trick? The Allied planes bombed Himmel Street, allowing Death to come into every home and snatch away as many souls as he wanted. It is now many years later and Liesel Meminger had died at an old age in a community outside of Sydney. The Ageless Brother 'The Ageless Brother' is a solemn chapter that has Liesel thinking about her own deceased brother, and the fact that he will always remain six years old in her mind. At first, they tried in the kitchen, but there was no way. For now, there was only the one as far as Liesel was concerned, and she was enjoying it. Rudy and Liesel's relationship has also changed. If I die anytime soon, you make sure they bury me right.
Mama placed the washing on the table and eagerly worked herself up to the appropriate level of cynicism. This section contains 1,215 words approx. The troop members in Essen playing cards holds a significant foreshadowing of Hans' fate. There were, of course, some problems as well. Liesel tells her that if she doesn't come to the shelter, Liesel will stop coming to read to her and she will have lost her only friend; Frau Holtzapfel still refuses, so the others leave her for the Fiedlers' basement.
She is still stealing books from their library and the mayor's wife is not upset about it. The raid is long, and Liesel reads 54 pages to the group. In addition to this obvious antagonism, there is a language barrier: The pilot thanks Rudy in English, and Rudy asks in German what he said. Death's job is to collect the souls of the dead, and he sees how people suffer when they die. Ninety-eight days after Hans returned home, the Jews were again marched through the streets of Molching. On the truck Reinhold Zucker forces Hans to switch seats with him, Hans didn't want to argue so he just did as Zucker said.
All the while, Death is there to foreshadow, or hint at, future events for the readers. Lesson Summary Life during war continues to be a challenge for all. Why lightness and not darkness? Several days later, Hans is informed he is being inducted into the army. I felt sorry for poor Michael Holtzapfel who had to make a big decision: to stay with his mother to die or to leave his mother and live. At Frau Holtzapfel's home, Liesel reads to Michael and his crying mother. Instead, Hans' leg is injured, and his Sergeant says he will recommend Hans be given rest then sent to Munich for office work, a much safer assignment.
On the truck Reinhold Zucker forces Hans to switch seats with him, Hans didn't want to argue so he just did as Zucker said. A tire blows out and the driver loses control of the truck. Was it wrong for Michael Holtzapfel to want to live after his brother, Robert, dies in the war? Perhaps it would cause less frustration in coping with the girl's lack of ability. In the times ahead, that story would arrive at 33 Himmel Street in the early hours of morning, wearing ruffled shoulders and a shivering jacket. The last thing I liked about this section of the book is how Hans took a risk and helped the Jew. Rudy's father also has to serve in the army, because he will not allow the Gestapo to take Rudy away to a special school.
Liesel sat on cold clean sheets, ashamed, elated. When the weather was good, they'd go to the Amper in the afternoon. How does Rudy get prepared for his planned stealing spree? Liesel was the only survivor, she wandered the street after her rescue in shocked disbelief. In the morning's early hours, quiet voices were loud. Much like the picture of Hitler in Frau Diller's shop, this piece of Hitler's attendance relays a silent message to anyone who sees it--to remember Hitler and what he stands for. Frau Holtzapfel refuses to leave her home, and Michael and Rosa are uanble to get her out.
Summary Liesel and Rosa receive a letter from Hans telling them about his broken leg and also stating that he'll be coming home. Frau Holtzapfel refuses to leave her home, and Michael and Rosa are uanble to get her out. Death picked the book up and took it with him, now he is giving it back to her. For three days afterward Liesel stayed in bed, but on the fourth day she went to see Rudy. It worked its way past, pointing in the direction of Dachau, the concentration camp. In the darkness, Liesel kept her eyes open.
It really shows Hans true character although he regrets doing it later. It would carry a suitcase, a book, and two questions. Liesel starts to hate Hitler. He always knew what to say. Frau Holtzapfel then appears in the shelter and acts as if nothing has happened. When they get home Max took the courageous chance of getting caught and looked outside at the sky.