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From: Studies in Short Fiction[(essay date fall 1974) In the following essay, Kennedy examines how Knowles utilizes the character of Gene in A Separate Peace to present a dual nature perspective through both Gene's juvenile and adult personalities.]...
From: Arizona Quarterly[(essay date 1973) In the following essay, Kennedy examines the character of Winterbourne, concluding that he is puritanical and hypocritical.] As James Gargano pointed out in his excellent article, "Daisy Miller: An...
From: Studies in Short Fiction[In the following excerpt, Kennedy asserts that the reader must be cognizant of Knowles's dual perspective narrator to fully understand the role of Phineas.] A Separate Peace is narrated by two Gene Forresters, one of...
From: Philological Quarterly[(essay date 1978) In the following essay, Kennedy describes the time Tennyson spent studying literature and its influence on his poetry.] I When Tennyson rolled into Cambridge on the Lincoln coach on November 9,...
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