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A Separate Peace eNotes Response Journal
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- When the novel begins, the narrator says he went back to visit Devon School fifteen years after he had been a student there. Is there a time or a place in your past that you would like to go back and visit? Describe it, and discuss why it is still important to you.
- The narrator says he returned to Devon on a “wet, self-pitying November day when every speck of dirt stands out clearly.” He says the wind “blew wet, moody gusts” all around him. How does the tone of the narrator’s description strike you? What does it suggest to you about his frame of mind and about his going back to see his former school, especially since he is alone?
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