A Separate Peace Essay | Student Essay

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Passions of Gene and Finny: Athlete Vs. Student

Summary: Essay describes the passions of the two main characters from John Knowles' "A Separate Peace."
In the book A Separate Peace by John Knowles, Gene and Finny are two friends with very different character traits. Finny is more laid back and would rather have fun than work. Gene is a very hard worker who tries very hard in school. However, the boys do have one trait in common, they are both very passionate about the activities they love. Gene and Finny are both passionate about their hobbies, but they differ in that Finny would rather have fun than work, while Gene is obsessed with school work.

First of all Finny loves to have fun. He loves to play Blitzball, the game which he invented; he has fun jumping from a tree into a river and he has fun swimming. Since Finny always concentrates on having fun he does not get very good grades; he puts having fun...

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