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When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit Characters & Character Analysis

Judith Kerr
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Important People

Anna

Anna is the main character of WHEN HITLER STOLE PINK RABBIT. When the book begins, she is nine years old. Anna is Jewish, as is her family. They live in Berlin in the first several chapters. Anna is depicted as a fairly ordinary young girl. She is naturally happy and enjoys having friends though she has only a few close friends. Anna seems neither particularly outgoing nor shy. She likes school and admires her parents enormously. In many ways, Anna is a window into the events of the book, since her reactions and perceptions of events are described despite the fact that her personality remains relatively simple and largely unchanged.

The most significant development for Anna is her ability to adapt to new environments in Switzerland, France and England as her family moves around Europe to escape the Nazis and to find work for Papa, who is...

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