A Separate Peace Essay | A Separate Peace: Analyzing Themes and Characters

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A Separate Peace: Analyzing Themes and Characters

Summary: Discusses important themes from the novel A Separate Peace, by John Knowles. Analyzes the major characters, including Finny.
Question # 8

Many claim that Finny can be a very manipulative person. He uses this power to make people do whatever he wants them to. I feel that Finny uses this power too often towards Gene and his other friends. There are numerous times in the book that Finny abuses his power towards Gene such as the time when he made Gene jump out of the tree into the Devon River. Finny pressured Gene into jumping out of the tree first even though Gene is very afraid. Next, Finny decides that they should start a club known as the Super Society of the Summer Session. At every meeting of their club they both have to jump out of the tree. This was a rule that Finny created and Gene didn't really like it, but he obeyed Finny as usual. " I always jumped. Otherwise I...

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