"I did not cry then or ever about Finny. I did not cry even when I stood watching him being lowered into his family's strait-laced burial ground outside of Boston. I could not escape a feeling that this was my own funeral, and you do not cry in that case." Page 186, A Separate peace, by John Knowles
Phineas was dead and I could not cry. The cry was caught in my throat and I could
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of Charles and Gene who permeate with jealousy until they must act upon their thoughts. However the conversation of Lee and Samuel seems to contrast this idea. Their belief of the holders choice, of 'Thou mayest'. That Gene did not have to jounce the limb, and Charles could have accepted his fathers choice. Because Cathy is evil itself, perhaps she does not apply to this definition. How does a child go about being born evil?