Body Paragraph 1: Topic Sentence (1): Reb causes his daughters' failure in achieving their dream by marrying them off. Developing Sentences (3): Reb Smolinsky is a very traditional and religious man that does not want to leave his values from Poland, which signifies the way Reb keeps the values of choosing who his daughters marry. One of his ways of keeping these values from Poland is to find husbands for his daughters, which highlights that Reb is traditional. Reb does this even when the sisters find men to marry on their own, which demonstrates that he doesn't want to assimilate to the new world values. Introduction of Evidence (1): This causes the daughter's unhappiness because Reb disapproves of the men the sisters choose and finds
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