The Promise - Book Three, Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen occurs in a series of brief passages. In the first, Reuven notes that Kalman wrote nothing more about his father's book, but that Kalman and Rav Gershenson had a major argument that was the talk of the seminary. In the second passage, the Dean asks Reuven if he will take the smicha examination, and Reuven says that he will. In the third passage, David's book is published and it only adds to the quarrel within his school.

The fourth passage consists in a double date between Rachel and Danny on the one hand and a friend of Rachel's, Eileen Farber, and Reuven on the other. They see Death of a Salesman and Danny and Rachel begin to discuss it. Danny observes that the play shows that, at least for many people, they must decide between whether they will stay within their...

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