Among young Bambi’s first acquaintances are:
Karus and Ronno, 2 young stags or “Princes.”
Friend Hare and the Screech Owl.
Thumper the Rabbit and Flower the Skunk.
Perri the Squirrel and her family.
Bambi also has 2 cousins who are his constant companions. They are:
Membo and Nello.
Gurri and Geno.
Faline and Gobo.
Lana and Boso.
Lana and Ate.
Dies in a forest fire.
Is killed by hunters along with many other forest creatures.
Is killed by a fox.
Disappears, and he is never quite sure what has happened to her.
Lives to see him grow up and become the Prince of the Forest.
The Old Stag, who teaches Bambi how to survive in the forest is:
His mentor and friend. He may or may not be Bambi’s actual father.
One of the lordly stags known as “the Fathers.”
A sort of prophet among the deer.
A figment of his imagination.
A simple children’s story.
A fantasy because the animals speak.
A metaphysical novel about good vs. evil.
A matter-of-fact depiction of life in the wild.
One of the most powerful anti-hunting novels ever.
Salten wrote a sequel to "Bambi" called:
“A Family in the Woods.”
“A Life in the Woods.”
“The Wind on the Dragon.”
“Bambi & Faline.”
An insurance agent who wrote animal stories for his children.
A non-Jew who left Germany because of Hitler’s treatment of the Jews.
Primarily a children’s writer.
A Jewish journalist and Zionist.
A wealthy entrepreneur who helped many Jews escape Nazi Germany.
The Nazis responded to "Bambi":
With high praise.
As further proof that Germany boasted some of the world’s best writers.
With indifference. It was, after all, a children’s book.
With amusement. Salten was known to be the author of a popular erotic novel.
By banning it as “a political allegory on the treatment of Jews in Germany.”
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