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Comparison of the Aspects of Religion

Summary: Compares the challenges of religion in the books My Name is Asher Lev, by Chaim Potok, and Bless me Ultima, by Fudolfo Anaya. Describes how each text depicts the challenges down the journey through adolescence.
A comparison of the challenges of religion in the books My Name is Asher Lev and Bless me Ultima and how it creates challenges as they travel down the road of adolescents.

Adolescences, it is a time of exploration of self and the world around us. As young people we try to reserve this time for those reasons but, in some cases childhood is lost to a mixed up world of religious challenges. For both Asher Lev and Antonio, the main characters in the books My Name is Asher Lev and Bless me Ultima, this type of situation is all too familiar. Both children grew up in families that are strong believers in a lord even though they don't believe in the same religions. Antonio and his family are catholic; whereas Asher, along with his mother and father, are part of a Hasidic community...

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