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The Chosen It Is The Now Classic Story Of Two Fathers And Two Sons And The Pressures On All Of Them To Pursue The Religion They Share In The Way That Is Best Suited To Each And As The Boys Grow Into Young Men, They Discover In The Other A Lost Spiritual Brother, And A Link To An Unexplored World That Neither Had Ever Considered Before In Effect, They Exchange Places, And Find The Peace That Neither Will Ever Retreat From Again [Download] ➼ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ➾ Ellen A. Easton – Mgiworx.co.uk They Discover In The Other A Lost Spiritual Brother ✤ The Light Over London Download ➸ Author Julia Kelly – Mgiworx.co.uk And A Link To An Unexplored World That Neither Had Ever Considered Before In Effect !!> PDF / Epub ✅ Cell ❤ Author Robin Cook – Mgiworx.co.uk They Exchange Places [Read] ➳ Braving the Wilderness By BrenĂ© Brown – Mgiworx.co.uk And Find The Peace That Neither Will Ever Retreat From Again

About the Author: Chaim Potok

Herman Harold Potok, or Chaim Tzvi, was born in Buffalo, New York, to Polish immigrants He received an Orthodox Jewish education After reading Evelyn Waugh s novel Brideshead Revisited as a teenager, he decided to become a writer He started writing fiction at the age of 16 At age 17 he made his first submission to the magazine The Atlantic Monthly Although it wasn t published, he received a note from the editor complimenting his work.In 1949, at the age of 20, his stories were published in the literary magazine of Yeshiva University, which he also helped edit In 1950, Potok graduated summa cum laude with a BA in English Literature.After four years of study at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America he was ordained as a Conservative rabbi He was appointed director of Leaders Training Fellowship, a youth organization affiliated with Conservative Judaism.After receiving a master s degree in English literature, Potok enlisted with the U.S Army as a chaplain He served in South Korea from 1955 to 1957 He described his time in S Korea as a transformative experience Brought up to believe that the Jewish people were central to history and God s plans, he experienced a region where there were almost no Jews and no anti Semitism, yet whose religious believers prayed with the same fervor that he saw in Orthodox synagogues at home.Upon his return, he joined the faculty of the University of Judaism in Los Angeles and became the director of a Conservative Jewish summer camp affiliated with the Conservative movement, Camp Ramah A year later he began his graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania and was appointed scholar in residence at Temple Har Zion in Philadelphia.In 1963, he spent a year in Israel, where he wrote his doctoral dissertation on Solomon Maimon and began to write a novel.In 1964 Potok moved to Brooklyn He became the managing editor of the magazine Conservative Judaism and joined the faculty of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary The following year, he was appointed editor in chief of the Jewish Publication Society in Philadelphia and later, chairman of the publication committee Potok received a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania.In 1970, Potok relocated to Jerusalem with his family He returned to Philadelphia in 1977 After the publication of Old Men at Midnight, he was diagnosed with brain cancer He died at his home in Merion, Pennsylvania on July 23, 2002, aged 73.

10 thoughts on “The Chosen

  1. says:

    The book jacket tells us that this was the first book published 1967 that introduced Jewish culture to a wide American audience.The story centers around two boys growing up in the Jewish neighborhood of Williamsburg in Brooklyn in New York City of the 1940 s The main character is a high school aged boy who lost his mother years ag

  2. says:

    This was required reading for my sopho year honors English class upon reading chapter one, I prepared myself for great disappointment, firstly because the chapter was entirely about baseball which although I ve tried to enjoy I can t seem to get in to, I m sorry to say , and secondly because it was so descriptive It was hard to imagine

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    This is a man s worldBut it wouldn t be nothing, nothing, not one little thing, without a woman or a girlHe s lost in the wildernessHe s lost in bitterness, he s lost lostJames Brown, of course This must have been one of the most solemn books I ve ever read It s a poignant story about two teenagers, Reuven and Danny, who grow up in Jewish Ort

  4. says:

    Danny Saunders was raised in silence to save his soul His father saw that his mind was so keen that his soul would be lost if there was not some awful tragedy to break his soul into a living space So his father raised him in silence, never speaking to him until Danny learned to listen to that silence, to hear in the silence the cry of millions of h

  5. says:

    I m 23 years old and I ve been reading for most of the time I ve been alive In all those years of reading, I can recall openly sobbing on only two occasions The first time was in Little Women, when Beth March died And the second time was in The Chosen, when Reb Saunders said this In the silence between us, he began to hear the world crying.

  6. says:

    i was litterally gnna shoot myself when reading this boook i couldnt evn stand it so i decided to buy the audio version on itunes and that was even worse and cost me like 20 dolllaa i wass like heyllll nawww im not reading dissss but den i did cuzz i kinda had too its about a jewish nerd who gets hit in the eye when the rivalryy jewish team hits him they dont

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    The Jewish Talmud exhorts a man to do two things for himself First, acquire a teacher The other is to choose a friend.Danny Saunders got the package deal when he made the acquaintance of Reuven Malter Theirs is a Jonathan and David friendship, the two bodies with one soul type of friendship that happens rarely in a lifetime.As the oldest son of the tzaddik righteous

  8. says:

    At its core The Chosen is about the relationship between two Brooklyn boys Danny and Reuven, the world they grow up in, and their relationship with their fathers Both are Jewish, but while they share the same faith, they belong to radically different portions of that faith Danny is Hasidic What she is the son of a Rebbe and expected to take up the mantle with the passing

  9. says:

    I m really struggling with how to review this book It was beautifully written The relationships between Danny and Reuven and between Reuven and his father were real and touching I enjoyed learning about different systems of Jewish faith and the interactions or lack thereof between their communities The historic insights into WWII and its aftermath, particularly the realization

  10. says:

    My brother Matt suggested this book, and I m very glad that I read it And glad that he was there to fill me in a littleon the history it brings up It is very well written, and enjoyable as well as educational It helped me better understand the Jewish faith and branches of Judaism, the horror of WWII, what is unique about American Jews, and some of the conflict over the Israel as a Je

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