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The Book Thief

Eng. 2 Summer Reading Quote Analysis

Not Leaving: an act of trust and love. often deciphered by children (37) Mourning the loss of her recently deceased brother, being put into foster care, and being plagued by nightmares, Liesel feels both abandoned by her family and alone in a new and intimidating world. However, Papa shows his loyalty by staying with her.
The only thing worse than a boy who hates you; a boy who loves you. (52) For liesel, the challenges of coping with a boy who hates her are much easier than those presented with a boy who loves her. Already feeling abandoned in the world, ignorance and disgust towards things she dislikes are easy emotions to feel, whereas deali
More than anything, it was the smell of friendship, and she could find it on herself, too. (72) Liesel's love for her Papa is so deep that she can recognize him by his smell, and is so often enveloped in the same odor of cigaretts and kerosene from spending time with him, that she can sense his presence with her even when Papa is gone.
Its much easier, she realized, to be on the verge of something than to actually be it. Liesel understands that being on the brink of accomplishment and entirely overcoming an obstacle are two notably distinct ideas and that to overcome completely requires full commitment of time, energy, and emotion.
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