Period 1 4. 20. 04 1.
Finny changes sides because in order for there to be a winner therehas to be some sort of order, and when there is none, no one can lose. This shows Finny’s attitude toward winning, which is that if everyonecannot win then it is better for no one to win. 2. The scene where Finny falls lingers in my mind the most, because itwas the start of the plot and had a lot of action. 3. Finny gave up thinking that there was no war because with Leper’s”sickness”, it hit too close to home.Order now
4. Brinker is investigating Finny’s accident, and the witnesses are thepeople that were there at the tree, along with the main witness,Leper. 5. After Finny’s second fall, he is rushed to the infirmary as DrStanplole accesses the injury.
6. Finny realizes that Gene did not mean to jounce the limb, it wasmerely subconscious, and Finny believes Gene 7. Gene learned about himself during the novel, and about friendship, andhow he should cherish it. 8. Finny was considered a war casualty because no army would accept himin his condition, and he was useless to the war. 9.
10. Gene claims that war is not caused because of a generation of stupidpeople, but because all people are inconsiderate in some way likethat. 11. 1. The theme of A Separate Peace is 2.