What did Herr Liszt want to teach Bruno about?
Then, what does Herr Liszt teach Bruno?
Why? Liszt focuses on history and geography, neither of which is very interesting to Bruno, but the tutor insists that he learn about "The Fatherland." He wanted him to get his head out of storybooks and into real history.
One may also ask, what did Bruno enjoy studying? He thinks that young people should know about their country.
Furthermore, what does Bruno and Gretel's tutor teach them?
Innocent- never done anything wrong, never seen/done anything so disturbing it has scared them, has the whole world in front of them with nothing to stop them, defenseless. In the movie, Bruno and Gretel's tutor let them know more about the world as from an adults perspective.
What jobs would need to be done before the fury arrived for dinner?
The house would have to be cleaned from top to bottom, the windows washed, the dining-room table stained and varnished, the food ordered, the maid's and butler's uniforms washed and pressed, and the crockery and glasses polished until they sparkled.