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The Chosen (non-renewable)

The story of the friendship that develops between two Jewish boys in New York City.

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  • "Cliffs notes on Potok's The chosen"@en
  • "Cliffs notes on Potok's The chosen"
  • "Chosen"@it
  • "Chosen"@en
  • "Cliff's notes on Potok's The chosen"@en

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  • "The story of the friendship that develops between two Jewish boys in New York City."
  • "The story of the friendship that develops between two Jewish boys in New York City."@en
  • "De zoon van een orthodoxe rabbi in New York raakt bevriend met een joodse jongen uit een liberaal-agnostisch milieu."
  • "A baseball game between Jewish schools is the catalyst that starts a bitter rivalry between two boys and their fathers."
  • "A baseball game between Jewish schools is the catalyst that starts a bitter rivalry between two boys and their fathers."@en
  • "A baseball injury precipitates a friendship between two boys from Hasidic and Zionist families."@en
  • "Two teenagers at the time of the Normandy invasion in 1944 are friends but they are divided by the same thing that unites them--their faith. Though both are devout Jews, there's a subtle difference. Danny is an Hasidic Jew, brought up to accept faith blindly by his father--an ultra-orthodox rabbi who rejects the 20th century for the special joys of centuries--old tradition. Reuven, on the other hand, has been brought up by his father who is a secular scholar, to question everything around him."
  • "Two Jewish boys growing to manhood in Brooklyn discover that differences can strengthen friendship and understanding."@en
  • "Relationships. The friendship between an Orthodox Jew and a strict Hasidic Jew is explored through various challenges which face them."@en
  • "Two fathers and their sons experience life with not so typical Jewish tradition and insight."@en
  • "The Chosen traces a friendship between two Jewish boys growing up in Brooklyn at the end of World War II. Reuven Malter, the narrator and one of the novelʹs two protagonists, is a traditional Orthodox Jew. He is the son of David Malter, a dedicated scholar and humanitarian. Danny Saunders, the other protagonist, is a brilliant Hasid with a photographic memory and a passion for psychoanalysis. Danny is the son of Reb Saunders, the pious and revered head of a great Hasidic dynasty."@en
  • "Een orthodox-joodse Amerikaanse jongen en zijn niet-gelovige vriend krijgen,ondanks bezwaren van de respectievelijke vaders allengs respect voor de levenswijze en opvattingen van de ander."
  • "Two jewish boys growing to manhood in Brooklyn discover that differences can strengthen friendship and understanding."
  • "Two jewish boys growing to manhood in Brooklyn discover that differences can strengthen friendship and understanding."@en
  • "In 1940s Brooklyn, New York, an accident throws Reuven Malther and Danny Saunders together. Despite their differences (Reuven is a Modern Orthodox Jew with an intellectual, Zionist father; Danny is the brilliant son and rightful heir to a Hasidic rebbe), the young men form a deep, if unlikely, friendship. Together they negotiate adolescence, family conflicts, the crisis of faith engendered when Holocaust stories begin to emerge in the U.S., loss, love, and the journey to adulthood. The intellectual and spiritual clashes between fathers, between each son and his own father, and between the two young men, provide a unique backdrop for this exploration of fathers, sons, faith, loyalty, and, ultimately, the power of love."@en
  • "De zoon van een orthodoxe rabbi in New York raakt bevriend met een jongen uit een meer liberaal joods milieu."
  • "Een orthodox-joodse Amerikaanse jongen en zijn vrijzinnig-joods opgevoede vriend krijgen, ondanks bezwaren van de respectievelijke vaders, allengs respect voor de levenswijze en opvattingen van de ander."
  • "Asher Lev, born into a devout Jewish family and community, struggles to reconcile his burning need to create art with the restrictions and expectations placed on him by his faith and his people."@en
  • "In 1940s Brooklyn, New York, an accident throws Reuven Malther and Danny Saunders together. Despite their differences (Reuven is a Modern Orthodox Jew with an intellectual, Zionist father; Danny is the brilliant son and rightful heir to a Hasidic rebbe), the young men form a deep, if unlikely, friendship. Together they negotiate adolescence, family conflicts, the crisis of faith engendered when Holocaust stories begin to emerge in the U.S., loss, love, and the journey to adulthood."
  • "A novel about a Jewish family living in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn in the 1940's."@en
  • "Een orthodox-joodse Amerikaanse jongen en zijn niet-gelovige vriend krijgen, ondanks bezwaren van de respectievelijke vaders, allengs respect voor de levenswijze en opvattingen van de ander."
  • "Cuenta la historia de Reuven Malter y Danny Saunders - uno un Judío ortodoxo, el otro el hijo de un rabino Hasidic - y el curso de su amistad cuando ellos crecen en Brooklyn."
  • "This book is an insight into the variety and profundkty of Jewish tradition and heritage."
  • "Recounts the story of Reuven Malter and Danny Saunders--one an orthodox Jew, the other the son of a Hasidic rabbi--and the course of their friendship as they grow up in Brooklyn."@en
  • "Chaim Potok's novel The Chosen, an admittedly autobiographical portrait of growing up Jewish in America, focuses on the challenge of living a religious life in a secular society. Through the budding friendship of an ultrareligious Hasidic Jew (Danny Saunders) and a Modern Orthodox Jew (Reuven Malter), readers learn what it takes to be a committed, religiously observant Jew living simultaneously in two cultures, one secular and one religious."@en
  • "An unlikely friendship develops between two boys in 1940s Brooklyn -- Reuven Malther, a secular Jew with a Zionist father and Danny Saunders, a brilliant son and rightful heir to a Hasidic rebbe. Together they navigate a crisis of faith when stories of the Holocaust begin to emerge on the shores of America."@en

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  • "Electronic books"@en
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  • "Romány"
  • "Libros electronicos"@en
  • "Genres littéraires"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Romans (teksten)"
  • "Bildungsromans"
  • "Bildungsromans"@en
  • "Young adult fiction"@en
  • "Jewish fiction"
  • "Jewish fiction"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
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  • "Religious fiction"
  • "Domestic fiction"@en
  • "Domestic fiction"
  • "Jewish religious fiction"@en

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  • "The Chosen (non-renewable)"@en
  • "The chosen"
  • "The chosen"@en
  • "The Chosen : novel"
  • "The Chosen"@en
  • "The Chosen"
  • "The chosen a novel"@en
  • "T'almudŭ ŭi adŭl"
  • "CliffNotes on The chosen notes"@en
  • "Uitverkoren"
  • "The chosen : a novel"@en
  • "The chosen : a novel"
  • "탈무드의아들"
  • "Chosen"
  • "The chosen; a novel"@en
  • "Danny l'eletto : romanzo"@it
  • "The Chosen : a novel"@en
  • "Vyvolení"
  • "The chosen : A novel"
  • "Danny l'eletto"
  • "Danny l'eletto"@it
  • "The chosen notes"@en
  • "Erabareshi mono"
  • "Erabareshi mono"@ja
  • "Cliffs Notes: Potok's The Chosen"@en
  • "選ばれしもの"
  • "The chosen : notes"
  • "The chosen : notes"@en

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