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In the Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz Mordecai Richler clearly intends to portray his main character as a failure Duddy understands perfectly well that a man must pursue his dreams which is why he is one of the most motivated young man of his time From the moment Duddy hears his grandfather say A man without land is nobody he is prepared to seek the land of his dreams This aspiration of Duddys is very respectable but unfortunately his methods are totally inappropriate and that leads to him being a failureThe moment that Duddy began to immerse himself into the establishment of his film company it could be seen that he was willing to do anything to get money even if he had to lie For example the film Duddy made for the bar mitzvah was of extremely poor quality and as a result the product was an obvious failure Duddy himself knew that well Duddy didnt say a word all though the screening but afterwards he was sick to his stomach Page 148 Later Duddy said to Mr Friar I could sell Mr Cohn a dead horse easier then this pile of page 148 After this particular incident Duddy does not even speak honestly to his clients In conclusion the only way Duddy sells his waste films is by telling lies He always lies to gain money and thats all that Duddy cares about Duddy has never been loved in his family so originally he was quite content to know that Yvette cares about him At the beginning Yvette and Duddy are in love Its so nice to see you lie still for once she said Your always running or jumping or scratching Duddy was surprised and flattered to discover that anyone cared enough to watch him so closely Page 92As time passed by however Duddy began to use Yvette as a tool The
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