The Chosen - Study Guide Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Reuven is well enough to go home from the hospital. Reuven and his father arrive home to their brownstone and they are greeted by their Russian housekeeper, Manya. Reuven's father types articles and spends much of his time typing in his study.

Reuven has New York Times war maps plastered all over his bedroom walls. He and his father like to stay up to date on current world events. He also has pictures of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Albert Einstein, two of his heroes that he admires. He also likes to listen to a Tchaikovsky symphony on the radio.

Reuven describes his father as a thin, frail man typing on his typewriter with his skullcap on. He doesn't like to be disturbed while he worked. Reuven admires the sunlight shining through the windows into his apartment. He thinks about his stay at the hospital.

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