A Separate Peace Essay | Relationships in "A Separate Peace"

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Relationships in "A Separate Peace"

Summary: Examines friendships and other relationships in "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles.
The book "A Separate Peace" contained many different and unusual, yet original relationships between the many characters in the book. There are many exciting and emotional relationships that occur in "A Separate Peace" which help the boys grow into responsible men, such as the relationships between Gene and Finny and Leper and Gene. Gene had a friendly relationship with almost everyone at school. Everyone tried to be friends with everyone else, but usually that relationship was not real or one-sided. They would all act nicely toward people to their face, but when they would leave, they would talk about them badly and behind their backs. They would never have enough courage to stand up for their beliefs and express their feelings. They were scared of being rejected.

Gene and Finny didn't have a true relationship with each other and it was basically one-sided. Each of...

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