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The Power of the Mind- a Separate Peace

Summary: This is an essay about the book "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles. I write about how the the character Finny has Gene basically in a mind trap and how Gene is the weaker more insecure figure.
Today in our society many people think it's an admirable thing to have complete control of another's mind and what they do with their actions. For instance in high school guys are supposedly satisfactory if they have their girlfriend "whipped" or if there considered a pimp but in all reality there should be no relationship where one person can control the mind of another. In John Knowles novel A Separate Peace, in a private school called Devon, two best friends are in the type of relationship where one has the mind control of the other. Gene who is the main character is put into the role as the weaker, insecure figure foiling his best friend Finny who is very strong and confident. Through the course of the book Gene thinks that Finny is intentionally gaining power over him, to make him to...

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