In A Separate Peace, what does Brinker organize in the Assembly Room?
Brinker is bothered by the mystery surrounding Finny's fall from the tree where he sustained the injury to his leg. Gene either fails or refuses to provide Brinker with satisfactory details of the accident and Brinker's need to see justice done (along with his desire for order and authority) leads him to organize a trial.
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