My Name Is Asher Lev - Book 3, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Enrolling at the yeshiva high school, Asher visits the registrar’s office to inquire why he was registered to take French, which he believes is a mistake. The man at the registrar’s office tells Asher that the decision to enroll him in French class was the Rebbe’s.

Asher attends the opening of Jacob Kahn’s art show at Anna Schaeffer’s gallery. The gallery is packed with people, and Asher sees a bronze sculpture of two heads, facing each other. The heads are his and Kahn’s. Asher notices that the sculpture has already been sold. When he finds the artist, Kahn is clearly uncomfortable being the center of attention at the opening, and says, “I wish I had Picasso’s gall and could stay away from these things. They destroy me.” When Asher asks who purchased the sculpture of the two heads, Kahn just...

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