English 11207 - Essay II

English 11207 - Essay II - Tim Thyne ENGL 112.07 H. Walton...

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Tim Thyne ENGL 112.07 H. Walton 3/18/2007 Things are not always what they seem. In “Gimple the Fool”, by Isaac Singer,  Gimple, the main character, has “seven different names in all” (235). Among those  names is “fool”, however, in every turn of the page his true names become apparent:  meek, perseverant, honest, innocent, child of God, even wise in his late age. One who is  meak is one that has power under control. Someone who appears to be foolish may, in  fact, be wiser even beyond their accusers. Indeed they are wise for not flaunting their  wisdom. C. S. Lewis spends his life looking in all the wrong places for God. God is not  always within the realm of human logic. Things are not always what they seem. A man  thinks he knows, only to find out later he did not know. “Gimple the Fool”, by Isaac  Singer and “No Beauty We Could Desire”, by C. S. Lewis are pieces that reflect the  authors’ experience with God and others.  Singer found that man will be judged, this  world is temporary, and that man should seek the virtues of Christ. Lewis found 
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English 11207 - Essay II - Tim Thyne ENGL 112.07 H. Walton...

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