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In Chapter 11 of A Separate Peace, how is Gene's developing maturity shown?
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Chapter 11 is the time that Gene has been dreading for a long time: Finny finds out the truth about his accident. Gene is acting maturely in that he is facing the truth and does not hide anything. Later, he confesses to Finny that it was blind impulse that made him do it, and that it wasn't planned out. Finny does forgive him. 

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