How does gene find peace in A Separate Peace?
Gene reaches his peace when Finny dies. Because Gene's mental rivalry manifested jealous actions and constant guilt, Finny's death was the end of Gene's own personal war. Thus, everyone has their own war and peace.
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\nthis is a debatable question so their is no exact answer yes or no, but i believe he does. he finds peace with himself when finny finds out about the incident because if fin…ny never would of found out he would of had to deal with that lie the rest of his life but because finny finds out and shows signs of anger towards gene (like he is human) gene finds peace.
He's a little man who looks old.
In this book, Gene and Finny go through many things together but one major thing that Gene does to Finny is that he spoiler**** Jounces the limb that Finny is standing on. Thi…s makes Finny fall out of the tree and hurt himself badly. Whether you believe Gene did this or not or if he meant to is your opinion but Gene thinks he jounced the limb on purpose.
Gene hit's Quackenbush because he calls Gene "maimed."
Gene's last name is Forrester.
Finny telephones Gene to see if he saved him a spot at Devon. He wanted to make sure Gene was still going to be his roommate and make sure that Gene still cared for him and wa…nted him as his roommate. While on the phone, Finny asks Gene what sports he is doing and is appalled when he says he is the crew assistant manager.
It doesn't say. At the end all it says is that Gene was thinking about being drafted but then he thought that he might join the navy.
Gene feel like evil lurks in everything he does because every time he did something, something bad came out of it. Gene feels like he is overshadowed and even cont…rolled by his friend. After Finny's fall, however, Gene seems to be purged of his animosity and resentment, and he begins to blur the line between himself and his friend. Over the course of the rest of the novel, he tries to escape his own, pettier self by losing himself in Finny. .
Gene has a very cynical attitude towards people, which causes him to think that Finny is trying to sabotage his academic success. Gene impulsively jounces the limb when all of… his anger is let out.
He is Finny's friend and competitor.
My English teacher said they were/are not, that sometimes it just seemed that way because they spent long periods of times with no females around. But I guess nobody can reall…y know besides the author.
He believes in Gene's goodness.
He is upset about his visit with Leperelli.