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"Back to the Fold," review in the Times Literary Supplement, March 5, 1970, p. 241.

Dan Barnet, essay in Critical Survey of Long Fiction, edited by Frank N. Magill, Salem Press, 1991, pp. 2659-67. Felicity Barringer, review in the New York Times Book Review, December 1, 1996, p. 33.

Sam Bluefarb, "The Head, the Heart, and the Conflict of Generations in Chaim Potok's The Chosen," in College Language Association Journal, June, 1971, pp 402-409

S. Lillian Kremer, "Chaim Potok," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 152: American Novelists since World War II, Fourth Series, Gale Research, 1984, pp. 232-43. Beverly J. Matiko, an analysis and critical evaluation of The Chosen in Masterplots, New York Harper, 1969,pp. 112124.

Lisa Schwarzbaum, review in the Detroit News, March 17, 1985, p 5.

David M Shribman, review in the Wall Street Journal, December 12, 1996, p. A10.

PhilIp Toynbee, review in the New Republic, June 17,1967, pp 21-22.

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