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Summary: The Chosen, by Chaim Potok, is a story about two Jewish boys who lived only five blocks from each other, but they never knew about one another until a certain baseball game. Both Danny Saunders' and Reuven Malter's loved their son, they just showed their love very differently.

T.J. Warner

Prof. Vogel

Literary Analysis

Dec. 8, 2004

The Chosen, by Chaim Potok, is a story about two Jewish boys who lived only five blocks from each other, but they never knew about one another until a certain baseball game. It was that baseball game that brought two different personalities together to form a lasting friendship, and that frienship would experience both ups and downs. Although both Reuven Malter and Danny Saunders were of the Jewish religion, both were raised very differently because of the influence of their fathers. David Malter and Reb Saunders approached raising a child, their Jewish faith, and the world in general from two very different perspectives. Despite the profound differences, both men tried very hard to do what they thought was right for their sons.

David Malter was part of the Jewish sect that took on a more modern approach. He is very...

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