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An Analysis of Gimpel The Fool Gimpel the Fool is a story written by Isaac Bashevis Singer Saul Bellow translated the story I read because the story was written in Yiddish Gimpel The Fool is a story about a simple man named Gimpel He is considered by many to be a fool because he is a very gullible man He is constantly falling for tricks laid out by almost everyone Gimpel is persuaded to marry Elka a woman who will wind up using him also Elka treats Gimpel very poorly She has his child only 17 weeks into the marriage Gimpel knows the child is not his but allows himself to be persuaded into thinking that some babies are born premature Gimpel also catches Elka having an affair but convinces himself he is making it all up On her deathbed Elka confesses that none of his six children are actually his and she had been cheating on him the whole time After her death Gimpel decides to get back at all the townspeople who have been mean to him by baking bread with urine mixed in it Elka visits him in a dream and he sees that she is turning black from being in hell Gimpel changes his mind and buries the bread He then leaves Frampol giving all of his money to his children It is during his journeys that he discovers that there really are no lies whatever doesnt happen is dreamed at night The story ends with Gimpel dying and going to a place where even he cannot be deceived To find the true meaning of Gimpel The Fool I decided to analyze the plot characters and point of view Plot is a sequence of events these events include exposition complicating incident rising action technical climax falling action dramatic climax and denouement The three events that I thought were most important in reading Gimpel The Fool were exposition complicating incident and dramatic
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