In John Knowles' A Separate Peace, how does Gene respond to Finny's admission of wanting to be in the war?
In John Knowles' A Separate Peace , Gene responds to his best friend's admission that he wants to be a part of the war by comforting him. Gene, however, comforts Finny in a way that only a best friend could--by telling him that he'd mess it up anyway! Finny was so afraid of being left out of the war due to his wounded leg and inability to walk without a crutch. Finny never wanted to be...
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