Gene's Rivalry In John Knolls A Separate Peace

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In the novel, A Separate Peace by John Knolls Gene's and Finny's friendship with one another brings out each character's virtue or true self. Gene is the smartest kid at the Devon school , and Finny is very athletic. Finny's athletic ability is what leads to the rivalry because Gene wants to be able to achieve an athletic ability like Finny. This novel tells the story in Gene's point of view of how he has grown into adulthood during World War II. The author John Knolls does not give a very good view of Finny because the story is through Gene's eyes where Gene envy's Finny. John Knowles' A Separate Peace explores how rivalry affects their friendship, sports and school.
Gene and Finny's friendship is more of a rivalry. Gene is the total opposite

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