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Is Gimpel a Fool In Gimpel the Fool the main character Gimpel developed into a very strong person mainly because of the way people treated him He begins as a strong person but grows stronger and stronger as his life continues Everybody in Gimpels town thinks he is a gullible fool but theyre the fools When people tell him outrageous things he doesnt always believe them What he does believe is that nothing is impossible When they tell him things that seem false he thinks they are lies but he acts like he believes anyway Its like hes trying to keep them entertained or happy Its like they are all children and hes the parent trying to keep them satisfied When the townspeople try to get Gimpel to marry a whore he figures that it couldnt hurt to marry her He probably thought he would have a good connection since she was an orphan also When she cheats on him he tries to convince himself that she is a good person and would not do such a thing It shows that he tries to see the good in all the people even the bad ones He also made a commitment to this woman for his life and even when she cheats repeatedly he sticks with her He loves her for her good and not her flaws When Elka had her children Gimpel loves them like his own He knows that they are not his obviously but he doesnt let that child grow up without love He probably knows what its like to not be loved because he is an orphan He doesnt want that child to go through the pains he went through just because his mother wasnt perfect He is an extremely strong person for not hating this child or neglecting it Most people would hate the child knowing it was not theirs but Gimpel is different He has compassion for all people and
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