Unformatted text preview: Reuven goes to sleep. When he wakes up, Danny Saunders is standing at his bedside. Danny tells Reuven that he is truly sorry about the accident, but Reuven verbally attacks him. Danny tries to convince Reuven that he is sorry, but to no avail. Finally, he leaves. When Danny returns the next day, Reuven is surprised at himself because he is happy to see Danny. The boys talk and begin to accept each other, discussing their career aspirations. Danny says that he will become a rabbi and succeed his father as leader of his group of Orthodox Hasidim in the accepted way — the son becomes tzaddik after the father. If he weren't required to become the tzaddik for his sect, Danny would become a psychologist. Reuven says that he may become a rabbi, but his father would like him to become a mathematician....
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- Fall '11