Why is Finny excited to train Gene for the Olympics?
A. He wants to be an Olympian himself.
B. He believes it will round out Gene's personality.
C. He takes pride in his friend.
D. He thinks Gene is out of shape.
What motivates Finny to train Gene for the Olympics?
A.His frustrated desire to be an Olympian himself
B.A concern for Gene's emotional and physical health
C.Revenge for knocking him out of the tree
D.A desire to make Gene more well-rounded as a person
His frustrated desire to be an Olympian himself
The boys hear Finny fall.
Finny lives in the outskirts of Boston, Ma. This was identified when Gene visited him on the way back to the Devon School for the winter session.
he is from outside Boston. That is where his home is. he is a new englander. hoped that helped
Like all the other qualities in Finny, he is open and transparent; he sees no reason to lie about the matter of height, so he doesn't. It is sort of like and honor code of honesty
Gene and Finny are two character in the John Knowles novel, "A Separate Peace". The constant battling created casualties, just as war does, and has repercussions that affected Gene throughout his life.
In A Separate Peace by John Knowles, Finny tells Gene that the war is fake; that it is a fictional story made by old fat men. Finny also says that he knows that it is fake because he has suffered.
Their relationship is torn apart by Gene's resentment of Finny and his dependency on him.
The Devon River