An Evaluation of the Tragic Fall of Duddy in the Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz

The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz--The Tragic Fall of Duddy A guy must pursue his dreams. This is really true for everybody ofthe humankind, for if there have been no dreams, there will be no factor tolive. Duddy Kravitz understands this perfectly, this is why he's oneof the most ambitious teenagers of his time. As soon as he hearshis grandfather says, "A guy without land is no one," he is prepared toseek the property of his dream -- whatever the cost will be. Thisambition of his is quite respectable, but unfortunately his strategies aredamnable. Duddy is usually a relentless pursuer; a formidable competitor andalso a ruthless manipulator. It really is true that he has received all theland that he wishes at the conclusion, but he succeeds through immoral,despicable and contemptible means. It really is clear then, that Duddy hasfailed in his apprenticeship and is just about the "scheming littlebastard" that Uncle Benjy has got warned him against. There is absolutely no doubt that Duddy is quite shrewd and clever, but his lack ofmoral ideas attributes to his last failure. In fact, hisimmorality could be traced back to an extremely young age. During his review inthe parochial institution, he already earns funds through strategies that hardlycomply to virtues of any sort. Taking advantage of the actual fact that minorscannot end up being sued in Canada, Duddy defrauds stamp corporations and sellsstolen hockey sticks. Perhaps he cannot distinguish from wrong;perhaps he will not care, but nonetheless it isn't correct for him toengage himself into these kinds of actions. Duddy emerges himself deeper in to the sea of corruption when heestablishes Dudley Kane Enterprises. Along with his limited knowledge ofmovie producing and his mistaken rely upon John Friar, his firm