Review of "The Chosen" Analytical Essay

Review of "The Chosen"
This paper provides a summary and analysis of Chaim Potok's novel "The Chosen."
# 3923 | 1,235 words | 1 source | 2002 | US

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This essay is a brief review of "The Chosen" by Chaim Potok, as well as a comparison of Judaism with Roman Catholicism. The author discusses the differences between Hassidism and Orthodox Judaism, the walls and the conflicts between the two sects as portrayed in the novel.

From the Paper:

"The novel "The Chosen", by Chaim Potok surrounds the friendship of two young boys. Reuven Malter and Danny Saunders grow up facing the differences between their conflicting Jewish denominations. Reuven is an Orthodox Jew and Danny is Hasid. The story takes place in Brooklyn, New York near the end of World War II."

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