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I think the moral of “The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas” is to treat everyone the way you would like to be treated. What you do bad to someone else could happen to a member of your family.
I think the moral of ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’ is to think of what you are doing. Whatever you do has its way of coming back to you. Karma.
I think the moral of ‘The Boy in The Striped Pyjamas’ is that everyone is the same and everyone can get along despite all the wrongs in the world and that karma is just arounf the corner so treat other how you want to be treated.
I think the moral of the story is that everyone has the same rights no matter what colour, race,or religion they are.
everyone should be treated equally,and fairly.
I think also how Bruno died is showing that what goes around comes around.
Ithink that the moral of ‘the boy in the striped pyjamas’ is, that even at the pinnicle of propriety there is a sense of what is right and then there is a defining point of wrong; also that neglect and abuse impose on lives regardless of age, gender, race or religion.
Eventually the opressed will rise against, and the oppressor will fall.
I think that the story has a good moral and that it is a brilliant book
The moral of the film/ novel would be to treat others the way you, yourself, would like to be treated. There is the sense of inequality between the Jews and Germans, as the Germans are stereotypically believing all Jews are evil and there is no such thing as a nice Jew. The tutor in the film even says to Bruno: ‘If you ever find a nice Jew, you will be the best explorer yet’. Bruno has come across 2 nice Jews; Pavel and Shmuel. This changes his outlook on the history of the Jews he is being taught and even causes him to question it.
Thanks Penny, I am sure that many people would agree with your comment.
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