Bruno is portrayed as talkative in the novel The Boy in the Striped Pajamas because when he went exploring he found a boy, named Shmuel on the other side of the fence he was not afraid to not only talk to him but, to have a bit of a conversation with Shmuel, although he had never met this boy before. Here is some of the conversation the two young boys carried on the first time they had met: “Hello,” said Bruno. “Hello,” said the boy. “I’ve been exploring,” he said. “Have you?” said the little boy. “Yes. For almost two hours now.” “Have you found anything?” asked the boy. “Very little.” “Nothing at all?” “Well, I found you,” said Bruno after a moment (page 106-107).
Bruno is described as creative in this novel because when he let it slip to his sister that because of the rain he hadn’t been able to go and see Shmuel for a few days he was quickly able to make up an excuse that Shmuel was his imaginative friend: “I have a new friend,” he began. “A new friend that I go see everyday. And he’ll be waiting for me by now. But you cant tell anyone.” “Why Not?” “Because he’s an imaginary friend,” said Bruno trying his best to look embarrassed, just like Lieutenant Kotler had when he had became trapped in his story about his father in Switzerland. “We play together everyday” (page 155)
In this novel Bruno is showed as curious because he loves to explore even though it is off limits at the new house, ‘Out-With’, Here is an example of a time when Bruno went exploring: ‘Before heading of in that direction, though, there was one final thing to investigate and that was the bench. All of these months he’d been looking at it and staring at the plaque from a distance and calling it ‘the bench with the plaque’, but he still had no idea what it said. Looking left and right to make sure that no one was coming, he ran over to it and squinted as he read the words. It was only a small bronze plaque and Bruno read it quietly to himself. ‘Presented on...