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1 My most favorite character in this book is Finkle. He is a religious man and lives in loneliness. The reason why he was absorbed in his religion was he could not belong anywhere in social world. He had never loved anyone, and he had lived without knowledge of himself. He said in a strained manner, "that I came to God not because I love Him, but because I did not." He had to believe the god because he did not have any ideas what he should rely on. I like Finkle because I easily feel empathy to him. 2 This question is a kind of tricky. I believe that Salzman was saying “Jewish prayer for the Dead” because Salzman said "Like an animal. Like a dog. For her to be poor was a sin. This is why to me she is dead now." This implies that his daughter must have committed something sin, and Salzman was ashamed of it. That is why Salzman regarded his daughter as a dead. So Salzman said that phrase for Finkle and Stella. 3 I believe that Salzman engineered the meeting between Finkle and Stella. As a father, Salzman wants Stella to get marriage to someone. However, Salzman thought that Salzman was a sinful person. So nobody wants to get marriage to Stella. So Salzman just manipulate Salzman to get marriage to Stella.

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1。  1節:第2文:  was と he の間に because のような接続詞が要ります。 2。  1節:第4文:  直接話法ですから引用符最初の that は要りません。 3。  1節:第5文:  believe のあとに in を入れるのが普通です。 4、   2節 This implies で始まる文: something の後は sinful のような形容詞か、名詞なら不定冠詞のついた a sin、または複数の sins が適当だと思います。 5。   その次の文: regarded as a dead の a は不要です。 7。  3節:第2文: 時相を前文に合わせるのが読みやすいと思います。 8。  同じ文:  get marriage to とありますが、get married to が普通です。次の文でも同様 9。  最後の2文:  Saltzman は自分が目的語になる場合は再帰代名詞を使うとはっきりします。

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