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The Chosen, a Review

Summary: Reviews The Chosen, by Chaim Potok. Summarizes the story and compares character relationships in the book.
Reb Saunders raised his son in silence. During the time of which this book was written, it was considered "another way to raise" a child. Reb Saunders did this to show his child compassion. When Danny was a little boy he read a book about Eretz Yisroel, this is when he first started learning of his memory. He memorized the whole book, but did not show any compassion for the Eretz Yisroel and his struggles before his death. It was then that Reb Saunders decided to raise his child using silence. He figured that if he was raised in silence Danny could feel compassion for those who hurt. He could be happy but cry on the inside for the people who were hurting. Later in the book it said, Danny could hear silence, which was compassion. He grew up to be the boy who had a...

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