A Separate Peace: character relationship between Phineas and Gene
English II Honors
4 November 2002
A Part of Ourselves
In A Separate Peace by John Knowles, the characters of Phineas and Gene were best friends, roommates, and soul mates. Gene subconsciously wanted to be Finny, and he succeeded in becoming a part of Finny. "I lost part of myself to him then, and a soaring sense of freedom revealed that this must have been my purpose from the first: to become a part of Phineas" (77). After the tragedy of Phineas breaking his leg, Gene realizes that he becomes a part of Phineas. "Listen, pal, if I can't play sports, you're going to play them for me,…
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