Table of contents for Chaim Potok's The chosen / Harold Bloom, editor.

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Contents
Introduction
Biographical Sketch
The Story Behind the Story
List of Characters
Summary and Analysis
Critical Views 
	Edward A. Abramson on Potok?s Depiction of Jewish and non Jewish worlds
	Leslie Field on Potok?s ?difference? from other Jewish Writers
	Sheldon Grebstein on the Reasons for the Novel?s Popularity
	Sanford E. Marovitz on the Role of Religious Faith
	Judah Stampfer on Potok?s Misrepresentations of Hasidic Life
	Sanford Sternlicht on Potok?s Symbolism 
	David L. Vanderwerken on the Function of Sports in Potok?s Work
	Daniel Walden on the Role of Theology in Potok?s Work
	Daniel Walden on Potok?s Formation as an Artist
	Joan Zlotnick on Potok?s Brooklyn Setting 
Works by Chaim Potok
Annotated Bibliography 
Contributors 
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Potok, Chaim. Chosen.
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) -- In literature.
Fathers and sons in literature.
Teenage boys in literature.
Jews in literature.