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Unformatted text preview: After the meeting with Reb Saunders, Reuven tells Danny that he told his father everything, and Danny replies that his father would have found out about it all anyway. He says that Reb Saunders and he do not talk except during study time, his father is mostly silent toward him. Back home, Reuven tells his father about Danny being raised in silence. Neither Reuven nor his father can understand why Reb and Danny cannot communicate with each other. When Reuven returns to school for the first time after the ball-game accident, his classmates treat him as a hero. Potok again emphasizes Reuven's new outlook on life and his newfound awareness of the world around him. Reuven comments, "So many things had happened, and everything looked so different." Later, when he visits Danny in the public library, Reuven sees things he's never before taken the time to notice, including the murals on the library's interior walls. What catches his taken the time to notice, including the murals on the library's interior walls....
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- Fall '11