In The Chosen by Chaim Potok, Danny, Reuven, and Mr. Malter represent three brilliant men. Each man is smart in his own way, but bond together through their knowledge. Mr. Malter, the father of Reuven, brings an added volume of wisdom to the young men’s lives. He is able to teach the things far beyond the classroom. Throughout the book, not only the boys but also Mr. Malter gain a deal of brilliancy.
All three of them have good stories,but I think Rameck’s story is motivating.There are three factors that let Rameck become successful.The first one is that Rameck learns from mistakes.The second one is that Rameck gets support from mentors.The final one is that Rameck gets help from institutional support. One of the factors that leads Rameck to make a good future is that he learns from mistakes. People can understand a lot after doing something wrong. According to the authors, Rameck plays a lot with bad guys. One day, Rameck fights with a man and wounds him with a
When distilling him down, it is near impossible to go any deeper than the obvious points. Danny Saunders possesses a brilliant mind, and often feels passionately about his beliefs, but he is constantly searching for the solution to the pain in his life and the lives of others. The Chosen makes it quite clear that Danny has a brilliant mind. So brilliant, in fact that Reuven’s father calls him “a phenomenon.” “Once in a generation is a mind born like that.” (110) Danny’s photographic memory and instant recall allow him to have a
The author is trying to get the reader to share in this sense of pride and desire it in their own life. This could be considered persuasive. It persuades the reader to take a viewpoint on the pride they have within their life. After reading the piece you are left feeling motivated and inspired to find pride in your own life. Overall, this piece was very bold and enjoyable to read with its persuasion and
He ends up running out every night with his brother to get into some trouble. Eventually Nick stops trying and leaves the decision up to Trent and that’s when he starts to listen and realize. Throughout the book Nick goes through a lot of challenges. There was a good amount I enjoyed, a few I disliked, but I liked it so much because of the
The author Mark Twain depicts Huck is an intellectual, strong-willed character with a good moral compass. We are constantly taught lessons throughout Hucks journey to freedom. Huckleberry is a major character in this story, every decision that he makes impacts the rest of the book dramatically. He is a constantly changing and evolving character which makes him very dynamic. He can be considered a protagonist; anti-hero because of his dishonesty and his ability to trick others with his wit.
The biggest headaches I get are from those students who have no training and no experience—yet they’re certain they have a divine gift or instinct for executive protection. These students are trainable, but they might have to repeat the class after some field experience to really understand what is new and different about this discipline. Repeating my classes is always free, and some lessons are much more real to students the second time around. I have a great track record with the quality of students who have come through my school. Nearly all are motivated to help others.
Also in paragraph 5 it says”Leo was slow in reading, slow in numbers,slow in understanding nearly everything that passed before him in class. He had no friends. This shows that Charlie changed Leo because in the beginning, Leo was unhappy. But Charlie makes him happy now when he saw no way to be happy after being put in a different classroom away from his classmates. Another way Charlie changed Leo was in the middle, Leo brought Charlie in for a presentation for forest fire week and he connected and understood it better.
Being a scrivener is not the most ideal job; sitting long hours, copying down seemingly information, and there is little time for breaks. When Bartelby chooses to take the job, he voluntarily gives up his freedom in exchange for money. In the beginning of the story, Bartelby seems to enjoy his work, often staying late to complete it, but as the story progresses, he appears to grow tired of it. He becomes more secluded and eventually just stops working, replying that he would “prefer not to.” Bartelby had begun to miss his freedom. Bartelby becomes somewhat of a hermit, living in the office in which he refuses to work.