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Book Review of "The Chosen"

Summary: The novel "The Chosen" by Chaim Potok focuses on Danny's relationship with Reuven, and how Reuven grows spiritually and emotionally throughout the story.
In Chaim Potok's novel: The Chosen, Danny Saunders, the son of a Hasidic Rabbi has to come to terms with his own future following in his father's footsteps as a rabbi. During his early teenage years and growing up during the time of the holocaust, but living in New York, he meets a boy his age name Reuven Malter. Reuven a Jew as well, but has grown up under the Orthodox denomination under his father- who happens to be the Rabbi in their community. As their friendship grows, after a rocky start, Danny learns more about himself, and what road he wants to take in life, through Reuven. He does this by studying his relationship with his own father, learning about Reuven's religion, and also through Reuven's relationship with his father.

On Danny's road to personal discovery, he must learn to accept his own father's...

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