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Loyalty To Friendship

Summary: My essay is about the importance of friendship and how difficult it is to turn on someone's back in an instance (After reading the book A Separate Peace)
Loyalty to Friendship

Gene Forrester the narrator of A Separate Peace, never failed a test until his roommate Finny challenges Gene's conformist viewpoints. Gene accommodated Finny, by following his events and influences. These two boys at Devon, a New England prep school, began to understand the complication of a friendship. At school, they experienced each other's feelings and emotions towards friendship. Within the novel A Separate Peace, Gene Forrester the main character, envied Phineas the school's star athlete for his ability to be a non-conformist and loyalty to friendship.

Gene Forrester was a gifted academic student while his non-conformist roommate Finny was prodigious in sports. Thoughts and comments made by Finny about the war grasp Gene; he began to envy Finny. By realizing Finny was not good at schoolwork, but by being good in sports himself, Gene made an imaginary conflict that developed into jealously. Subsequently, Gene...

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