A Separate Peace Review
Terms in this set (52)
Gene's academic competition
telegram from Leper
interrupted progress of Winter Carnival
a loner and social outcast
Super Suicide Society of the Summer Session
required one jump from tree by river
Finny's summer invention related to war
the school the boys attended
A. Hopkins Parker
official holder of the school swim record
checked on boys' absence from dinner
narrator of the story
garment worn as an emblem
Substitute Headmaster for the summer
location of Finny's fatal fall
talented athlete and leader
his pink shirt
After the accident, what does Gene wear of Finny's?
Who occupies Leper's room during the fall session?
He trains Gene.
How does Finny compensate for not being able to play sports?
What nickname does Brinker get?
Gene fights Quackenbush when he calls him...
enlist in the Army
Before Finny returns, Brineker and Gene decide to...
Phineas believes there is no...
Leper's escape is really...
finding out about Leper and his mental condition
The thing that convinces Finny that there is a war is his...
Brinker tells Gene that Finny must not be...
The chief witness at the "trial" is...
That night (after the trial) when Gene goes to talk to Finny, he is...
something crazy inside him
When he goes to see Finny again, Gene says he caused Finny's fall because of...
The Far Common is taken over by...
he has no hatred to contribute to it
Gene says he is ready for the war now because...
author of A Separate Peace
A Separate Peace can be described as this kind of writing
A Separate Peace uses this point of view
New Hampshire during World War II
The setting of the novel
example of a flat character
example of a static character
example of a dynamic character
"Give it the old college try"
"Your friend is dead"
"Never say you are five feet nine when you are five feet eight and a half."
"It's your greatest moment, greatest privilege, to serve your country"
"I deliberately jounced the limb so you would fall off."
"You always did take me for a fool, didn't you? But I'm no fool anymore."
"The war/is a bore"
"While I'm putting the dormitory back together, I'd better tell you to get rid of that leaking icebox."
Sermon at Devon
"If you broke the rules, then they broke you."
"Well, good heaven, the boy is ill."
"I was on active duty all my timie at school."
"...it seemed appropriate that my baptism there [in Naguamsett] had taken place on the first day of this winter session, and that I had been thrown into it in the middle of the fight."
"...the whole worls in on a Funny Farm now. But it's only the fat old men who get the joke."
"...when you really love something, then it loves you back, in whatever way it has to love."
"I'm almost glad this war came along. It's like a test, isn't it, and the only things and the people who've evolved the right way survive."