Characters that are negatively affected by the strength that words carry include Liesel, Hans and Rudy. Hans shows Liesel that it takes courage to stand up for something you believe in, knowing there are consequences.
Through this story Liesel realizes that the force of words is what holds the country under the power of Hitler and the Nazi party. FromNazi Germany affected the lives of Jews, Gypsies, Slavic people, and other groups living in Germany by getting rid of the undesirables, known as the Holocaust.
Remember: This is just a sample from a fellow student. Then a chapter. Words can illuminate and motivate the minds of people but can also shadow their self-esteem through psychological trauma He incorporates a wide range of literary techniques to recreate experiences and portray emotions that were present during World War 2.
In reference to saving Jewish man. With Death as the narrator and World War II in the background, it is very apparent that death is a central theme in the novel.
In spite of this, it is not before long that Liesel begins to accept her new surroundings and make some new friends. Isla invites Liesel to her library and that leads to Liesel becoming more obsessed with writing. The book is over a span of years and we grow with Liesel.