Thursday, April 11, 2013
There families are very similar, because they are very close to each other and are very into their religions, which is Judaism. Each character knows what they want to do in life and what they like and they are determined and set on what they want. One likes pianos and the other likes learning all parts of Judaism. Even when times get rough and there's no hope they hang in there and some how get through it. They both experience bad times and hardship but in different ways and at different times and being different ages. The pianist for instants doesn't go to a camp right away, he travels and without his family or anyone and he lives from what others trying to help him provide for him and in night he is taken to a camp and that's a lot of the book but he does have his father there.