Separate People (A Separate Peace) John Knowles
True friends always have some similar characteristics. They are not exactly the same; otherwise they probably would not be able to stand each other. John Knowles, the author of A Separate Peace, two completely different people are drawn together by each other's different traits. These friends are Finny, the wild and unruly one, and Gene, the wannabe Finny.
<Tab/>Gene and Finny are different in many ways. One of these major ways is that Finny excels more in athletics than Gene. Gene wants to be just like Finny. They would have competitions, but Finny would always outdo G…
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