- 1 Why did Liesel’s mother leave her?
- 2 Where did Liesel’s mother go?
- 3 What happened to Liesel’s father?
- 4 Who does Liesel marry?
- 5 Why does Liesel refuse to bathe?
- 6 Which parent does Liesel seem to bond with more easily?
- 7 Is Liesel Meminger a real person?
- 8 What is Frau dillers Golden Rule?
- 9 Who is Liesel’s biological father?
- 10 What is Hans Hubermann’s punishment?
- 11 Who is Liesel in love with?
- 12 Do Liesel and Max end up together?
- 13 How old is Max Vandenburg?
Why did Liesel’s mother leave her?
Why did Liesel’s mother leave her? Liesel’s mother was constantly sick and did not have enough money to take care of her children. Liesel’s mom thought someone else could properly care and educate her children.
Where did Liesel’s mother go?
The book thief is nine-year-old Liesel Meminger. She and her younger brother, Werner, are traveling by train with their mother towards Munich, where they will live with a foster family.
What happened to Liesel’s father?
Liesel’s father is believed to have been persecuted (or killed) by Hitler for being a communist and being sent to a concentration camp for his political beliefs. He is believed to be dead by Liesel. Liesel has never seen her father before.
Who does Liesel marry?
Sam Liesel did not marry Max, simply because a), Max was too old for her, and b) they had form a strong bond of friendship rather than romantic relationship she had fallen in love with Rudy before his death, and she got married to another man (i don’t know who) and had children but Max had stayed friends with Liesel
Why does Liesel refuse to bathe?
By refusing to wash, she preserves that moment in a nearly literal sense and display her unwillingness to get over the deaths of the people she cared about. Eventually, in an act that symbolizes her letting go of the past and moving on, she bathes in the river.
Which parent does Liesel seem to bond with more easily?
Which parent does Liesel seem to bond with more easily? Easy, her foster father. Because she never had a father in he life. So she bonds better with him.
Is Liesel Meminger a real person?
The film is closely based on Markus Zusak’s 2005 novel of the same name, and tells the fictional story of a young girl in Nazi Germany. Liesel Meminger (well played by Sophie Nélisse) is taken in as a foster child by a middle-aged couple, played by Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson.
What is Frau dillers Golden Rule?
What was Frau Diller’s golden rule when entering her shop? Say “Heil Hitler” Death saw Leisel three times. When was the first? On a train.
Who is Liesel’s biological father?
Primary Characters Liesel Meminger is the book thief. She is 9 years old at the beginning of the story, when after the death of her brother she is taken in by the Hubermann family. Hans Hubermann is Liesel’s foster father.
What is Hans Hubermann’s punishment?
Hans wants to be punished. His punishment: the approval of his application to the Nazi party, and his conscription into the German Army.
Who is Liesel in love with?
Liesel begins to love Max when he gives her The Standover Man. Death is the most loving character in the novel.
Do Liesel and Max end up together?
Still, like I said, for me (and it is only my opinion), Max and Liesel DO stay together, but not necessarily in the way some people think…But of course, I’m still more than happy for readers to believe they do get married and live their lives together.
How old is Max Vandenburg?
Max is only twenty-two years old when he enters the story as “the struggler” (Chapters 23, 26, 28). At first his age is a bit surprising, because he almost seems like an old man. Later we learn that when he was Liesel and Rudy’s age, he was “the Jewish fist fighter” (Chapter 31).