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The Chosen, and Related Readings

Summary: Discusses various aspects of "The Chosen" and the related readings included in the back of some of "The Chosen" editions.
The story "In my Father's Court," by Isaac Bashevis Singer connects in many ways to both The Chosen and My Name is Asher Lev, both written by Chaim Potok. Danny Saunders, from The Chosen, is the son of a well-known and respected Rebbe. The boy in the story "In my Father's Court" is also the son of a Rabbi. Both men hold religion in a very important place in their lives. The same is true for Asher Lev's father, although he himself is not a religious leader of any kind. Reuven Malter, also from The Chosen, is the son of a deeply religious man as well, but like Asher's father, Reuven's father is not a religious leader in the traditional sense. All of the men have beliefs that are similar in principal, but not necessarily exactly the same.

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