The Chosen - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Reuven and Danny have entered their fist year of Hirsch College. Danny is upset to find that Hirsch College studies experimental psychology as opposed to Freudian psychology. Danny can't understand how the study of rats and mazes has anything to do with the study of the mind. Danny feels miserable at college, while Reuven thoroughly enjoys all his teachers and classes.

Reuven describes Hirsch College as a rigidly orthodox school. They have services three times a day. They have a schedule that consists of Talmud study in the mornings and a normal college curriculum in the afternoons and evenings. Reuven spends large amounts of time studying. Danny has become the leader of the Hasidic students at the college.

Danny is disgusted with his experimental psychology classes and believes that no matter how long he sits through the classes, he will never like it. Danny and Reuven discuss...

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