A Separate Peace Character Notebook Throughout the reading of A Separate Peace, you will be introduced to numerous characters. Analyzing the characters and their motives is crucial to your understanding John Knowles’ novel. Notebook Page Requirements: q Each character deserves their own page; after all, Knowles dedicates substantial time to each one and we need to understand everyone at the school. These characters are “crazy” or “angry” or “guilty” or “proud” according to most students, and we need to know why. q Characters of importance: Gene Forrester, Phineas (Finny), Brinker Hadley, Elwin “Leper” Lepellier, Chet Douglas, and Cliff Quackenbush. q One page for each character. Each should contain the following elements. Be creative with how you choose to present each character and make each page unique! Character Symbolism Name & include a visual of a Description symbol from Age, job, the novel that relationships, we discussed facts, etc. in class and an explanation of how the character ties in with symbol—this is NOT a symbol that stands for the character Analysis of Character- Character Theme Tie- choose a In: In three quote either or more about the sentences, character or explain how something the character the character helps support said, and tell or illustrate a what this theme in the shows about novel the character’s personality and motives q You and your partner each need to make THREE pages of the character notebook. One person will make: Gene, Leper, and Cliff. The other person will make: Finny, Brinker, and Chet. q On the due date (November 21), turn in your character notebooks together. All blocks should be typed!!