Essay about Finny in "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles.
The Finny Factor
Phineas's death is the repercussion of Gene's rivalry with him. Gene is convinced that he and Finny are rivals, and that Finny is trying to undermine his success. Gene shook the tree limb, causing Finny to fall, and eventually to die. Gene is not the only factor in Finny's death but he begins a domino effect leading up the unfortunate accident which causes Finny's death.
Finny is a fortunate boy, he had all the qualities of an athlete. Gene is good student and works hard for his grades. Finny loves life, and spends every day trying to live his life to the fullest. Ge…
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