S: A Separate Peace
FC: A Separate Peace
1: " You did hate him for breaking the school swimming record and he hated you for getting a A in every course but one last term" | Social Conditions summertime, summer school, competition and fun. The boys climbed trees, swam and competed in various games
3: " But one day after our chaplain, Mr. Carhart, had become very moved by his own sermon in chapel about God in the foxholes, I came away thinking that if Finny's opinion of the war was unreal, Mr. Carhart's was at least as unreal." Mood/Atmosphere The mood was somber due to the war yet the boys were still young enough to not think of it and still have fun.
4: "Peace lay on Devon like a blessing, the summer's peace, the reprieve, New Hampshire's response to all the cogitation and deadness of winter." Where The book takes place in the summer at a small private school in New Hampshire named Devon.