Point 1: Eva is forced to emigrate into England and is seperated from her religion at a very young age. Although Eva is only nine when she leaves Germany, part of her holds on to this value she still has. An example of Eva still thinking about her religion is when she is offered ham by her new English family, but refuses it as it is very uncommon for Jews to eat pigs.
Evidence: “Got ham in. I not to eat ham. It from pig,” (). This quote shows the sense of politeness Eva has towards her religion as she is afraid her mother would find out that she disobeyed and ate the ham, which would be a form of ‘law-breaking’ for Jews.