Wiesler was first shown giving a lecture of investigation to a group of college students before being asked to come and join the Stasi for an investigation. …show more content…
He is quiet and is not very social with others, keeping his mind only on one track with no distractions. Wiesler does not have anyone at home to take care of him and lack love in life. This makes his job as a Stasi police agent easier.Wiesler does his job by internalizing and writes down everything that he hears and tries to find evidence (the typewriter that Dreyman used), however find nothing. Rather, he finds that Dreyman believes socialism which is followed by East Germany.
Dreyman’s character is very different from Wiesler’s. Dreyman is a passionate writer and very famous. Dreyman came to the East, originally being from the West, with strong view points about the two sides. Sieland, his love interest, stays with him and they go along together well. There are hikes in their relationships but they eventually get through it.
Dreyman was suspected in the first place because of curiosity driven by the Stasi. Due to his escape from the West, some attention is driven to him by by some officers more than others. He was “one of our only writers who has read in the West and is loyal to our government.” Despite this, the Stasi still believed that there was something wrong. The Stasi were quite stubborn towards considering him as a “possible suspect” as if they were keen that he was the only one that could have done such a