The Chosen Essay | The Chosen: Examining Points of View

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The Chosen: Examining Points of View

Summary: Analyzes The Chosen, by Chaim Potok. Examines the conflicting views of Zionism of the fathers, Mr. Malter and Reb Saunders. Provides a plot summation.
The Chosen by Chaim Potok has many religious, historical, and worldly points of views. The characters of this book share a common religious culture and live in the same community, but attend different Yeshivas and live by different standards set forth by their fathers. Over the course of the book, Danny and Reuven become friends and share their beliefs. This allows them to become educated about their opposing views and values on the same subjects. The conflict arises when they want to change their views, but because of their sub -cultures, they are unable to express opinions openly for fear of reprisal from their fathers. Mr. Malter and Reb Saunders display their points of views as fathers, as teachers, about the world, about Judaism and about Zionism.

Throughout the book one finds proof that both men want to teach their children Jewish morales and...

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