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What is the significance of the carnival for Gene in A Separate Peace?
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This is a turning point for Gene in that the carnival is one of the first times that Finny seems like he is back to the way he used to be. Gene also realizes that he has to be the one to participate in the games on Finny's behalf. Due to his involvement in the games he begins to become as popular and well liked as Finny used to be .

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