A character sketch, depicting the character Phineas from John Knowles "A Seperate Peace" as a propitious and understanding individual.
In the novel A Separate Peace by John Knowels, Phineas is depicted as a propitious and understanding individual. First of all, he is Gene's best friend. Finny includes Gene in any activity that he creates, or participates in. (Phineas is also referred to as Finny.)From the Super Suicide Society of the Summer Session, to Blitzball; Gene is never once excluded. Even at the beach, another one of Finny's excursions, Gene is shown a good time. To show that Finny is truly Gene's best friend; he tells Gene, "...but after all you can't come to the shore with just anybody and you can't come by your…
- A Character Sketch of Joe Gargary from Great Expectations
- A character sketch, depicting the character Phineas from John Knowles "A Seperate Peace" as a propitious and understanding individual.
- This is a character sketch on Joe Gargery from the book Great expectations, writen by Charles Dickens
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