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Il Bambino Con Il Pigiama a Righe (Italian…

Il Bambino Con Il Pigiama a Righe (Italian Edition) (original: 2006; edição: 2008)

de John Boyne

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Bored and lonely after his family moves from Berlin to a place called "Out-With" in 1942, Bruno, the son of a Nazi officer, befriends a boy in striped pajamas who lives behind a wire fence.
Título:Il Bambino Con Il Pigiama a Righe (Italian Edition)
Autores:John Boyne
Informação:BUR Biblioteca Univerzale Rizzoli (2008), Paperback
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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas de John Boyne (2006)

Adicionado recentemente porMr_Collins_ELA, Joserost, sanchita19, biblioteca privada, _Marcia_94_, JeniEnjaian, VeronicaBox, ReneGuenon, luclicious, AnaTim
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Great story. Sad ending. ( )
  _Marcia_94_ | Sep 21, 2021 |
This review was originally posted on Once Upon a Chapter

Where do you even start to write a review for a book like The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne? It's not something you want to call fantastic because the subject matter is so serious. Really what Boyne has done is brilliant. He's taken the scariest part of WWII, Auschwitz, and scaled it down to something a child can come to terms with. He does this and is still able to do it without all of the horrifying details that go along with it.

Bruno and his family move to the middle of nowhere when his father accepts authority over Auschwitz. Bruno struggles to adapt but makes the best of it and makes friends with a child from the "farms".

Reading this book written for a child as an adult was difficult but not int he way that you'd think. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas showed that during some of the most brutal years in recent history innocent still existed. Seeing that innocence juxtaposed with such depravity was hard to grasp. I hope to read more of Boyne's work in the future. ( )
  stephaniedloves2read | Aug 8, 2021 |
I think this book is a relatively recent edition to my collection and I bought it largely because I was familiar with the title. I knew there was a movie based on the book but I have not watched the movie. I knew that the book dealt with concentration camps during the second world war and I knew that it features 2 small children as the main characters. Aside from that, I knew nothing else about it but I have been looking forward to reading it since I bought it. I didn't wait for the TBR jar to choose this for me, I selected it because it felt like the right time to read it.

The book starts in Berlin during the second world war and we see the world through the eyes of 9 year old Bruno. His father is in the German army and due to a promotion they have to pack up and move out of Berlin and to "Out-With". It turns out that "Out-With" is a concentration camp, almost certainly Auschwitz although this is never confirmed. Bruno really doesn't like it there and has constant arguments with his older sister. As a result of having no friends he decides to go exploring and finds a boy called Shmuel on the other side of a wire fence. The boy is wearing the same as everything else inside the wire, striped pyjamas.

I will stop here with the details as I don't want to spoil things for anyone else who hasn't read it. Up until the last 3 or 4 chapters I would have given the book 3 stars. It was a good read but it felt a little weak in places and I wondered where the story was heading. The ending of the book however is fantastic, and it had me quite surprised even though in hindsight I think I should seen it coming. I thought about it a fair bit during the night when I was trying to go to sleep and I think the author picked the perfect outcome.

I really enjoyed this book, I found it to be a decent read and I would recommend it to people who haven't read it yet. ( )
  Brian. | Jul 25, 2021 |
As an adult, you'll have to overlook the obvious illogical aspects of the story, and consider this as a book for young adults. The author tells the story of the Holocaust from the perspective of a very young naive nine year-old German boy. If you understand the horrors of the Holocaust, you'll clearly know what is happening, yet unstated. The book gives a taste of the horrors without being specific at all. So a young adult could read it without being shocked, but could still gain some understanding of the horrors of war, genocide, or the holocaust. It's done simply but tastefully, and has an interesting ending.
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  rsutto22 | Jul 15, 2021 |
Reminiscent of "A Beautiful Life," this book describes Auschwitz through the eyes of a nine-year old, who does not grasp the essentials of a concentration camp. Young Bruno is uprooted from his shletered life in Berlin after his father gets a promotion to Commandant by the "Fury," who comes to dinner with his girlfriend, Eva. The new place, which Bruno calls "Out With," is desolate, with a large camp on the other side of a big fence, behind which all of the people, except the soldiers, wear gray-striped pajamas, which he can see out a small window. When boredom sets in, Bruno goes exploring and meets Shmuel, who is a prisoner on the other side of the fence. Bruno brings food and meets secretly with his friend for a year, but when his mother, sister and he are moving back to Berlin, he decides to crawl under the big fence to help Shmuel look for his father. Really bad decision. Note: I found Boyne's writing from a child's perspective much better than Emma Donoghue's Room. ( )
  skipstern | Jul 11, 2021 |
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"Powerful and unsettling.......As memorable an introduction to the subject as The Diary of Anne Frank."
adicionado por cvosshans | editarUSA Today (Sep 24, 2009)
"Deeply affecting......Beautiful and sparely written"
adicionado por cvosshans | editarThe Wall Street Journal (Sep 24, 2009)
adicionado por ianreads | editarThe Guardian, Kathryn Hughes (Jan 21, 2006)
Aunque el uso habitual de un texto como éste es describir las características de la obra, por una vez nos tomaremos la libertad de hacer una excepción a la norma establecida. No sólo porque el libro que tienes en tus manos es muy difícil de definir, sino porque estamos convencidos de que explicar su contenido estropearía la experiencia de la lectura. Creemos que es importante empezar esta novela sin saber de qué trata. No obstante, si decides embarcarte en la aventura, debes saber que acompañarás a Bruno, un niño de nueve años, cuando se muda con su familia a una casa junto a una cerca. Cercas como ésa existen en muchos sitios del mundo, sólo deseamos que no te encuentres nunca con una. Por último, cabe aclarar que este libro no es sólo para adultos; también lo pueden leer, y sería recomendable que lo hicieran, niños a partir de los trece años de edad.
adicionado por Pakoniet | editarLecturalia
Escolhi ler este livro porque consegue abordar a época Nazi de uma forma simples, não deixando, no entanto, de ser cruel e realista. Foca a inocência de duas crianças, que apesar de pertencerem a culturas diferentes, conseguem viver uma amizade inocente num mundo ignorante. Recomendo-o pois ele consegue transmitir que somos todos seres humanos e que devemos ser respeitados independentemente dos nossos ideias, costumes e cultura, porque se não o fizermos podemos magoar quem realmente amamos.


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