The Rich Brother by Tobias Wolff, 1985
The Rich Brother by Tobias Wolff is about two brothers who are the complete opposite of one another. One brother, Pete, is wealthy and realistic. The other brother, Donald, is spiritual with the ambition to purge himself and become a new, pure, person. Donald is staying at a religious camp where he is trying to devote himself to a spiritual life in order to save his soul. However, Donald does not last and get’s Pete to come and pick him up. We eventually learn that Donald had been kicked out of the camp after an array of bad mistakes such as irresponsibility with groceries and setting a fire in the kitchen after an attempted dinner. We also find out that there has always been a feud between Pete and Donald when Donald reveals memories of Pete attacking him when he believed Donald was asleep.
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