Duddy Kravitz - Successful manipulator? ("The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz" by Mordecai Richler)
Throughout the novel, Duddy proves himself as a very smart guy, who has the ability to overcome any obstacles he faces. Bur he is not only good in handling situations, but he is also very skillful in betraying and manipulating people around him. It is unfortunate, that he decides to manipulate the people who truly liked him, Yvette, Cuckoo Kaplan, and Virgil, since these manipulations lead him to the final failure.
Duddy Kravitz starts his apprenticeship in the place where "the boys grew up dirty and sad, spiky also, like grass beside the railroad tracks." (45). From his early years, Duddy…
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