A Separate Peace Essay | "Finny" Character Analysis

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"Finny" Character Analysis

Summary: This essay is about Phineas, or Finny, in the book "A Seperate Peace." It gives three characeristics of Finny and states examples from the book to support these ideas.
In the book, "A Separate Peace," Phineas, or Finny, was a rebellious, yet modest, and charming young man. He was well-liked by most people. These characteristics make him a very interesting person.

The rebellion of Finny is displayed through many of his actions. It is especially bad during the summer session. At the beginning of the session, Finny and Gene skip dinner to wrestle in the field, which was forbidden at Devon Schools. The next morning, after being confronted by Mr. Prud'homme about missing dinner, Finny decides to break the dress code and wear a pink shirt. Finny also uses his school tie as a belt. Later in the session, Finny and Gene ride bikes to the beach. They end up spending the night there instead of going back to Devon.

Although Finny was rebellious, he was also very modest in his accomplishments. One day...

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