A Separate Peace Essay | What I Have Learned about Gene and Finny

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What I Have Learned about Gene and Finny

Summary: This essay provides information on the comparisons and differences of the characters of Gene and Finny from "A Separate Peace" from John Knowles.
Gene and Finny greatly differ from each other. They both have different qualities and traits. Some of them may be bad and some of them may be good. Once you understand Gene and Finny's role in A Separate Piece, then you will understand how their personalities differ. You will also discover that they are not as similar as you think. How they act and what their hobbies are, are somewhat unlike. It is amazing how two kids can be so close, but still be so distant.

Gene often acts like a "nerd." He steers more to his schoolwork and he studies a lot. His studious habits make him one of the top students in his whole school. He is so into academics, that sometimes, that is all he does. When it comes to academics, he sometimes can be a little paranoid. He...

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