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Denial in A Separate Peace
In A Separate Peace, John Knowles enlightens readers on human existence by displaying how denial allows a person to stray from reality. Numerous cases of denial overwhelm and test characters' assurances of their own presence. Characters such as Gene Forrester and Phineas (Finny) fail to acknowledge denial, so that their naivet&eacute; prohibits them from identifying the truth. Eventually, fate causes each to face his own guilt, embarrassment, and disbelief.
<Tab/>As the novel progresses Gene Forrester, the main character, continuously rejects the idea of being a "s…
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