The Jew stood before him, expecting another handful of derision, but he watched with everyone else as Hams Hubermann held his hand out and presented a piece of bread, like magic"(Zusak 394).
During the parade of Jews Hans did something unspeakable in the eyes of the Nazis when he offered a Jew on the verge of death a piece of bread. Earlier in the book Liesel openly told her foster father Hans that she hated Adolf Hitler for various reasons. Hans then indirectly told Liesel that he too hated Hitler. Hans undoubtedly took this into account when he offered the starving Jew a small piece of bread. Hans throughout the book has hinted that he never belong in the Nazi party or that he shares any beliefs with Hitler and the Nazis whatsoever. Up until this point Hans has never openly stood up against the Nazis, but we can deducted that it has to do with Liesel's viewpoints on the Nazi party and her devotion to reading which is frowned upon by the Nazis. Another possible contributing factor might be Hans's relationship with Max and how he could never let such a thing happen to Max. Both friendships helped make Hans decide to do such a thing without Hans even realizing it.
The seen in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" when Harry faces Voldemort in the forest would not be possible without the support of this friends and family. Over the corse of the series Ron and Hermione were always at Harry's side and helping him prepare to face the dark lord when the time came. The entire time they grew together and helped each other face their fears especially Harry. Harry's first two friends gave him the courage to stand up to not only Voldemort and other tormentors as well like the Dursleys and Malfoy. So when the time came Hermione and Ron didn't want Harry to go, but they knew he had to. Harry also received the last bit of courage he needed when he saw his dead parents and others that were dear to him that had all died over the corse of his life. Harry's friends and family gave him the encouragement he needed to face his death.
Summative Theme: Death Creates Life
Hunting is more than a sport to me its a way to provide for my family.