A Separate Peace Setting
A Separate Peace Literary Style
A Separate Peace Literary Qualities
A Separate Peace Compare and Contrast
A Separate Peace Topics for Discussion
A Separate Peace Ideas for Reports and Papers
A Separate Peace Topics for Further Study
A Separate Peace Media Adaptations
A Separate Peace What Do I Read Next?
A Separate Peace For Further Reference
A Separate Peace Bibliography and Further Reading
A Separate Peace Bibliography
Bell, Hallman B. A Separate Peace. Boston: Twayne, 1990. A collection of critical essays that give an excellent overall view of Knowles’s novel. Includes a useful bibliography.
Flum, Hanoch, and Harriet Porton. “Relational Processes and Identity Formation in Adolescence: The Example of A Separate Peace.” Genetic, Social, and General Monographs 121 (November, 1995): 369-390. The authors view the process of identity formation through the lens of the story of an adolescent boy’s experiences during World War II at a boarding school in New Hampshire. Using the events of the book as examples of the necessary connections that are essential to the process of development, the authors explore male adolescent growth.