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The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas explores the unlikely friendship between Bruno, a German boy, and Shmuel, a Jewish boy in a concentration camp. As they bridge the divide between them, the novel delves into the innocence, prejudice, and tragic consequences of World War II, painting a poignant picture of human connection amidst unimaginable circumstances.

Bruno Bruno, a curious and naive young boy, embarks on a forbidden friendship with Shmuel, a Jewish boy behind a barbed wire fence.
Shmuel Shmuel, an innocent and kind-hearted Jewish boy, forms an unlikely bond with Bruno, sharing stories and experiences despite the harsh reality of his circumstances.
Ralf Ralf, Bruno's father and a high-ranking Nazi officer, struggles with his duty to the regime while trying to shield his family from the true horrors of the concentration camp.
Elsa Bruno's mother Elsa, initially resistant to the move, adapts to the Nazi environment but grapples with her conflicting emotions and growing concern for her children's innocence.
Gretel Gretel, influenced by Nazi propaganda, becomes infatuated with the regime and drifts away from her brother Bruno's compassionate worldview.
Kotler Lieutenant Kotler, a ruthless SS officer at the camp, represents the dark and oppressive presence that contrasts with Bruno's innocence.
Pavel Pavel, the elderly Jewish prisoner, becomes an unexpected friend and confidant to Bruno, offering wisdom and compassion despite his dire circumstances.
Liszt Herr Liszt, the tutor, brings an air of strictness to Bruno's education, pushing him to adhere to the ideals of the Nazi regime.

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